Today’s Most Popular Stories 03.11.10

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for March 11, 2010:

Washington Post: Natalie Randolph to coach Coolidge High School football team

Washington Times: Gov’t workers feel no economic pain

Washington Examiner: Hundreds of DC area restaurants violate health codes

USA Today: New York Post: Tiger returning in two weeks

CQ Politics: Pennsylvania: Burns Wins GOP Nod for Murtha Special

The Hill: Obama won’t promise immigration reform

Politico: Karl Rove has ‘sympathy’ for David Axelrod, Rahm Emanue

ABC News: Yemen Holds NJ Man After Al-Qaida Sweep, Shootout

CBS News: Roethlisberger Admits Sexual “Contact”

Fox News: Sex Offender Suspected in California Teen’s Murder Broke Parole

MSNBC News: Deal reached on ground zero health claims

CNN: 11 things George Clooney might’ve been upset about at the Oscars

Wall Street Journal: Can Nancy Pelosi Get the Votes?

NPR: Half-Rooster/Half-Hen Helps Unlock Sex Mystery

Roll Call: GOP Adopts Sweeping Earmark Ban

National Journal: Corker: Health Care Fight Shut Down Financial Talks

Bloomberg News: Yellen Said to Be Obama’s Pick for Fed Vice Chairman

Gallup.Com: Conservatives’ Doubts About Global Warming Grow

Talking Points Memo: Public Option’s Fate Foretold In Sputtering Campaign To Get Senators On Board

Politics Daily: Move to Kill Filibuster Gaining Steam Among Democrats

Reuters: NEWSMAKER-World’s richest man, Slim, a born wheeler-dealer

The New Republic: Washington Diarist: Into Reverse