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  • Gallery Health care reform passed: who Nancy Pelosi won and lost

    Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D) of Ohio in November voted against the House version of the legislation, arguing it "incentivizes the perpetuation, indeed the strengthening, of the for-profit health insurance industry." Congressman Kucinich announced he would switch his vote on March 17 after talks with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and President Obama. Here, Kucinich conducts a news conference on March 17, announcing his support for healthcare reform in Washington.

  • In Pictures The Pacific: Scenes from WWII Memorial in Washington, DC

    Actor and producer Tom Hanks, takes pictures after a tribute to honor WW II vets that served in the Pacific Theater, March 11, 2010. The event was held at the World War II Memorial on the Mall and coincides with the upcoming HBO miniseries entitled "The Pacific."

  • From same sex marriage to medical marijuana, states take the lead

    From same sex marriage to medical marijuana, states take the lead

    States can have more influence on American lives in everything from same sex marriage to medical marijuana because state legislators get along in ways not possible in Washington's political gridlock.

  • At White House: 14 senators discuss climate-energy legislation

    At White House: 14 senators discuss climate-energy legislation

    The White House hosted a meeting Tuesday with 14 key senators, many from coal- and oil-producing states, who oppose curbs on carbon emissions. Obama appears to be making a big push to win Senate passage of revamped climate-energy legislation.

  • Gallery House Democrats retiring in 2010

    Artur Davis, representing Alabama's Seventh Congressional District, will run for governor of Alabama in 2010. Davis's district leans heavily Democratic. According to the Cook Political Report, 'Its boundaries all but ensure that an African-American Democrat will succeed four-term Rep. Artur Davis.'

  • Top 12 inspiring moments we saw at the Vancouver Olympics

    Olympics blog Top 12 inspiring moments we saw at the Vancouver Olympics

    Vancouver Olympics correspondents Christa Case Bryant and Mark Sappenfield chronicle the Top 12 highlights: including Joannie Rochette's courage, US vs. Canada hockey, and Petra Majdic racing with broken ribs.

  • In Pictures Top 12 inspiring Olympic moments

    BODE THE KID: Alpine skiing aficionado or not, you couldn’t help being impressed by Miller barreling down Whistler Creekside with abandon – just as he did as a tyke on the cold, shady slopes of New Hampshire’s Cannon Mountain. His Neopolitan medal grab here – gold, silver, and bronze – fueled an historic momentum on the US team, which topped its all-time haul of five medals with eight here.

  • Maryland attorney general: state to recognize same-sex marriages

    Maryland joins New York as the second state to recognize same-sex marriages from other states, but not perform them.

  • Moosewood tree glows in the winter landscape

    Diggin' It Moosewood tree glows in the winter landscape

    A moosewood tree glows cherry-red in winter, adding vibrant color to an otherwise dreary landscape.

  • Retiring senators: Why are so many calling it quits?

    Retiring senators: Why are so many calling it quits?

    Twelve senators so far have opted not to run again, the second-highest number of retiring senators in 75 years. Among their frustrations: the Senate's increasingly partisan climate.