Estimates that a government-run plan could cost $1.6 trillion mean it won't pass Congress, said Sen. Lindsey Graham Sunday.
Will adding $9 trillion to the deficit become a political liability for Democrats in 2010 midterm elections?
His idea of a public insurance plan to compete with private ones is meeting resistance. Will the alternative of health insurance 'cooperatives' suffice?
Man-made islands can remove ammonia, heavy metals, and other chemicals from the water.
The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. faces rising deficits. A big bankruptcy could swamp it.
The aid is partly to offset anger at the US-supported counterinsurgency campaign.
Two recent, divergent court rulings on warrantless tracking suggest new technologies are straining old privacy standards.