Washington Post - - 34 minutes ago
The journey to health-care reform has been long and gruesome, so it's only fitting that on the day passage was finally assured, Republican members of Congress stood on the balcony of the people's House and stirred an unruly crowd.
Procedural vote indicates healthcare bill has the backing it needs Los Angeles Times
San Jose Mercury News - - 53 minutes ago
I'll give Tiger Woods a token golf clap for his dual - and duel -- 5-minute interviews with ESPN and Golf Channel that both aired at 4:30 pm Sunday.
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Kansas City Star - - 1 hour ago
Thousands of disparate protesters from all walks of life descended on the US Capitol Sunday for one last push on health care. It brought a day of contrasting bombast and belligerence.
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New York Times - - 1 hour ago
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IMF warns wealthiest nations about their debt BusinessWeek
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