Today’s Most Popular Stories 03.25.10

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for March 25, 2010:

Washington Post: Health insurance extension not guaranteed to bring new votes to Democrats

Washington Times: Unions want Washington’s help with pension funds

Washington Examiner: GOP senators urge Obama not to name union lawyer to labor board during Easter recess

USA Today: Obama to pro-repeal Republicans: ‘Go for it’

CQ Politics: Kansas: Rep. Moore’s Wife Running For His Seat

The Hill: Healthcare bill headed back to the House after marathon Senate push

Politico: Eric Cantor: Republicans threatened, too

ABC News: ‘Tanning Tax’ in Health Care Law Has Patrons, Industry Burning

CBS News: Brigitte Daguerre: I Was James’ Mistress

Fox News: U.K. Teen Dies in Blast After Cigarette Sparks Hair Bleach

MSNBC News: Foreclosure relief plan still coming up short

CNN: Member of ’70s pop band arrested on sex charge

Wall Street Journal: ObamaCare Day One

NPR: How Republicans Learned To Reject Climate Change

Roll Call: Dennis Moore’s Wife to Run in Kansas

National Journal: Senate Sends Fixes Bill Back To House

Bloomberg News: Bernanke Signals Asset Sales May Have Bigger Role

Gallup.Com: Underemployed Report Worse Health Than Employed

Talking Points Memo: Not Exactly Dodge City

Politics Daily: GOP Has the Early Advantage in Tennessee Governor’s Race

Reuters: Osama bin Laden, in tape, threatens to kill Americans

The New Republic: Unkind Contributions