Today’s Most Popular Stories 03.18.10

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for March 18, 2010:

Washington Post: Senators draft plan to rework U.S. immigration policy

Washington Times: EDITORIAL: Obama surrenders gulf oil to Moscow

Washington Examiner: ‘Jersey Shore’ star Snooki implicated in 2004 drunk driving death of teen classmate Michael Truncali

USA Today: Jesse James apologizes to Sandra Bullock for ‘poor judgment’

CQ Politics: Georgia: Balfour Drops Out of Race for Linder’s Seat

The Hill: Stupak: Health fight has been ‘living hell’

Politico: Republicans plot ways to block health reform in Senate

ABC News: 7 Drugs That Can Kill Kids in a Single Pill

CBS News: Michelle “Bombshell” McGee: Who is She?

Fox News: Madoff Reportedly Beaten in North Carolina Prison

MSNBC News: Bobcats bust the brackets, beating Georgetown

CNN: Jesse James: I’m sorry, Sandra

Wall Street Journal: Madoff Beaten in Prison

NPR: Dogs Likely Descended From Middle Eastern Wolf

Roll Call: Conrad Appears to Get Special Carve-Out in Reconciliation Bill

National Journal: CBO Still Needs Time To Review ‘Fixes’

Bloomberg News: Papandreou Racing to Cut Greek Interest Rates With Aid Pledge

Gallup.Com: Obama’s Approval Rating Lowest Yet, Congress’ Declines

Talking Points Memo: Pelosi Picks Off No Votes — But Has Yet To Woo Toughest Reps On Health Care

Politics Daily: Rubio Still Leads Crist by Big Margin in GOP Primary Race, But Crist Does Better in General Election

Reuters: Viacom, Google accuse other of YouTube hypocrisy

The New Republic: Lawyer Up