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Today’s Most Popular Stories 02.08.10

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for February 8, 2010:

Washington Post: John Murtha dead at 77; longtime Pennsylvania congressman

Washington Times: LAMBRO: Bayh a tough sell in Indiana

Washington Examiner: RFK, Jr. 15 months ago: Global warming means no snow or cold in DC

USA Today: Favorite colors test shows CEOs are different; take the test

CQ Politics: Ex-Shadegg Aide Passes on Run

The Hill: Sen. Kaufman: Palin backers ‘don’t follow what’s really happening’ in U.S.

Politico: President Obama the scold

ABC News: Saints vs. Colts Super Bowl Scores Title of Most Watched Telecast Ever

CBS News: Palin Hand Crib Notes Attract Scrutiny

Fox News: Planned Parenthood Pushes Intensive Sex Education for Kids as Young as 10

MSNBC News: Michael Jackson’s doctor taken into custody

CNN: Kim Kardashian: Reggie waited his entire life to win Super Bowl

Wall Street Journal: Prosecutor, Charge Thyself

NPR: Expectations Low For Obama’s Health Care Summit

Roll Call: Murtha Dies at 77

National Journal: Senate Still Looking For Right Combo On Jobs Measure

Bloomberg News: U.S. Stocks Retreat on Concern Europe Finances to Hurt Recovery

Gallup.Com: Economic Confidence: Wyoming, Michigan Most Negative

Talking Points Memo: Top Republicans Don’t Dispute They Were Told Xmas Bomber Was Held By FBI

Politics Daily: Tea Party Supported by a Third of Iowans

Reuters: Study links sugary soft drinks to pancreas cancer

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