Today’s Most Popular Stories 03.09.10

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for March 9, 2010:

Washington Post: Massa under investigation for allegedly groping male staffers

Washington Times: Detroit looks at downsizing to save city

Washington Examiner: Marco Rubio and the Republicans who love him

USA Today: Lindsay Lohan sues E-Trade over ad baby

CQ Politics: Conservative N.Y. Borough President Backs McMahon

The Hill: Census hiring blitz of 750,000 to cut jobless rate, offer boost to Obama

Politico: Nancy Pelosi’s grip on House slips

ABC News: ‘I Do’ in DC: Same-Sex Couples Wed in Washington

CBS News: Eric Massa Says he Groped Staffer — Non Sexually

Fox News: Panel on Eric Massa’s Resignation and His Accusations About Democrats and Health Care

MSNBC News: Pa. woman accused of recruiting jihadists

CNN: ‘You just don’t look disabled’

Wall Street Journal: ID Card for Workers Is at Center of Immigration Plan

NPR: Female WWII Pilots: The Original Fly Girls

Roll Call: Majority Eyes Earmark Ban

National Journal: Hoyer Brushes Off Talk Of Easter Deadline

Bloomberg News: AIG, Citigroup, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac Shares Surge

Gallup.Com: In U.S., 45% Favor, 48% Oppose Obama Healthcare Plan

Talking Points Memo: WaPo: Massa Allegedly Groped Multiple Staffers

Politics Daily: Chaos Theory – Health Care and the New Drama Obama

Reuters: U.S. herpes rates remain high – CDC

The New Republic: Win Dixie