Today’s Most Popular Stories 1.6.14


Trending topics and the headlines driving clicks around town. Here are the day’s most popular stories for Monday, January 6, 2014.

Washington Post: ‘Polar Vortex’ puts Midwest in deep freeze; heads to DC

Washington TimesMarijuana marketing: Spirit Airlines offers ‘Get Mile High’ discount on flights to Colorado

Washington Examiner:  Former congressman Mel Watt sworn in as Fannie and Freddie regulator

Washington City PaperMeet Your New Metro 7000 Series Railcars

USA Today: Mary Kay Letourneau is back in jail

The Hill:  Battle over unemployment insurance will consume start of 2014 on Capitol Hill

PoliticoA congressman who went off the grid

Roll CallUnpopular Obama’s New Gig in 2014: Fundraiser in Chief

National JournalA Thousand Marriages in Utah Are Now in Question

Daily Caller: Michelle Obama spending extended vacation at Oprah’s Maui home

WTOP: Closings roll in as freeze approaches

ABC 7: D.C. area prepares for dangerous temperatures

NBC 4: Man Reunited With Family After Photo Published

CBS 9: Nicholas A. Simmons may have been located in the Washington, D.C., area