Today’s Most Popular Stories 03.15.10

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for March 15, 2010:

Washington Post: Updated ‘No Child’ law would focus on failing schools

Washington Times: Justice, CIA clash over probe of interrogator IDs

Washington Examiner: Democrats aren’t suicidal. They’re self-executing

USA Today: 2010 men’s NCAA tournament bracket

CQ Politics: Baker, Boozman Campaigns Spar Over Travel Report

The Hill: WHIP COUNT: House Democrats’ positions on the healthcare reform bill

Politico: Demand for Obama wanes among moderate Democrats

ABC News: Memorial Video Helps U.K. Teen Raise Funds

CBS News: A Big Week for Health Care Reform: What Could Happen Next?

Fox News: Butler University Deems Chief Justice Roberts Too Controversial for Commencement Address

MSNBC News: Haiti quake victims put strain on Fla. hospitals

CNN: Toyota takes aim at California runaway Prius story

Wall Street Journal: Questions Arise in Prius Case

NPR: First Listen: She And Him, ‘Volume Two’

Roll Call: Dreier: GOP Can’t Stop Democrats From Procedural Scheme to Pass Health Bill

National Journal: House Begins Healthcare Reconciliation Endgame Today

Bloomberg News: Dodd Bill Empowers Regulators to Limit Size of Financial Firms

Gallup.Com: Obama Weekly Job Approval Average at 48%, Tied for Lowest

Talking Points Memo: Pro-Life Dems Start Breaking In Pelosi’s Direction

Politics Daily: Iraq Corruption Cases Focus on Americans in Rebuilding Projects

Reuters: British pair faces jail time in Dubai over kiss

The New Republic: How to Stop the Bleeding