Today’s Most Popular Stories 04.07.10

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for April 7, 2010:

Washington Post: Lesser of two evils: Keeping Steele as RNC chair

Washington Times: EDITORIAL: Obama eyes interns

Washington Examiner: David Freddoso: Five things we learned about Obamacare after it passed

USA Today: Tennis great Navratilova being treated for breast cancer

CQ Politics: Vermont Gets An Earlier Primary

The Hill: Specter claims Reid deal for Judiciary chair

Politico: On the edge: Clues to Michael Steele’s future

ABC News: Rescue at West Virginia Mine Delayed Again by Toxic Air

CBS News: The Battle Begins for 2012 GOP Contenders

Fox News: Anxious Relatives Await Word on W.Va. Mine Rescue

MSNBC News: Kyrgyz opposition: We’ve taken over

CNN: Hummer sale: Only 2,200 left

Wall Street Journal: For the iPad, Apps With Their Own Wow Factor

NPR: Giant Lizard Is A New Species, Scientists Say

Roll Call: CRS: Health Law May Allow Viagra Coverage for Sex Offenders

National Journal: Big Banks Must Be Challenged On Derivatives, Report Warns

Bloomberg News: U.S. Stocks Fall as Consumer Credit, Greece Spur Concern

Gallup.Com: Voters Issue Strong Rebuke of Incumbents in Congress

Talking Points Memo: AP: Man Arrested For Threatening Pelosi Over Health Care Bill

Politics Daily: Confederate History Month Angers Civil Rights Leaders in Virginia

Reuters: Volcker: Taxes likely to rise eventually to tame deficit

The New Republic: The READ: Pound Them Keyboards!