Today’s Most Popular Stories 03.24.10

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for March 24, 2010:

Washington Post: After the Fort Hood shootings, a Muslim American soldier battles on friendly ground

Washington Times: Healthy tax increases, not only on wealthy

Washington Examiner: Noemie Emery: Congress lags behind public mood

USA Today: Is Jesse James the new Tiger Woods?

CQ Politics: Dino Rossi Stops By The NRSC To Talk Washington Senate Race

The Hill: Pelosi: Keeping a Democratic House in November ‘too important to the country’

Politico: Steny Hoyer: Members are at risk

ABC News: Should Sandra Bullock Stay or Go?

CBS News: GOP Lawmaker Darrell Issa Poised to Call for Special Prosecutor to Investigate White House

Fox News: Convicted Killer Arrested 38 Years After Fleeing

MSNBC News: Stall in housing market threatens economy

CNN: Blockbuster is ‘bleeding to death’

Wall Street Journal: Before They Were Titans, Moguls and Newsmakers, These People Were…Rejected

NPR: GOP Tries New Delaying Tactic On Health Care

Roll Call: Driehaus Accuses GOP Leaders of ‘Fanning the Flames’ of Angry Public

National Journal: Obama Starts Phase 2 Of Health Debate

Bloomberg News: Yen Strengthens From 10-Week Low as Exporters Buy the Currency

Gallup.Com: Majority of Poor, Young, Uninsured Back Healthcare Bill

Talking Points Memo: Grassley: Look How Great This Health Care Bill Is

Politics Daily: Republicans Delay Final Passage of Health Care Bill in Senate

Reuters: Somali pirate killed in cargo ship hijack shooting

The New Republic: Adaptation