Today’s Most Popular Stories 03.10.10

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for March 10, 2010:

Washington Post: Chief Justice John Roberts: Scene at State of Union ‘very troubling’

Washington Times: EDITORIAL: Job prospects from Obamanomics

Washington Examiner: Noemie Emery: Obama in dire need of an intervention

USA Today: ‘Lost Boys’ actor Corey Haim dead in Burbank at 38

CQ Politics: California Senate: Campbell Breaks Million Dollar Mark

The Hill: New Republican heavyweight takes a few political punches from the Democrats

Politico: Democrats: No thanks to new ‘Gang of 14’

ABC News: Guilt-Ridden Teacher Confesses to Sex With Middle School Student

CBS News: Actor Corey Haim Dies at 38

Fox News: U.S. to See More Hurricanes in 2010

MSNBC News: Senate passes jobless aid, business tax breaks

CNN: Firing the $70 billion man

Wall Street Journal: Runaway Prius Tale Prompts New Probe

NPR: Senate Approves Measure To Extend Jobless Benefits

Roll Call: Kennedy Rips Press for Covering Massa Over Afghanistan

National Journal: Public Universities Struggle To Stay Afloat

Bloomberg News: Stocks Climb as Treasuries, Yen Retreat on Economic Optimism

Gallup.Com: Fewer Americans Set on Buying Foreign Cars

Talking Points Memo: Sebelius And Health Care Exec Clash At AHIP Conference

Politics Daily: Harry Reid Promises Filibuster Reform

Reuters: WRAPUP 2-Sony, Samsung detail 3D TV plans

The New Republic: Muslims About Whom Obama Never Speaks