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European privacy battle looms for Facebook, Google

GENEVA – You have been tagged in 12 photos — even if you're not signed up to the Web site.

President Obama signs health care reform into law

WASHINGTON - After months of political bickering between Democrats and Republicans over health care reform, President Obama signed health care overhaul into law today. A House vote on Sunday sent the 10-year, $938 billion bill to the president.

1st Sikh in decades graduates Army officer school

SAN ANTONIO – The soldiers in standard-issue fatigues and combat boots stood side-by-side repeating their creed: "I am an American soldier. I am a warrior and a member of a team.

Issa planning investigation of health bill

Democrats are savoring victory today after the U.S. House made history Sunday night, passing the Senate's health care reform bill. That measure now heads to President Obama for his signature.

GOP quick to release 'repeal' bills

House and Senate Republicans are preparing bills to repeal the health legislation approved Sunday by the House.

64% say Congress is doing a poor job

Voters continue to give Congress some of its lowest marks ever.

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CHICAGO, March 22 - Less than 24 hours after the U.S.

$1 million no longer enough for retirement

That target may be easy to remember, but it falls short of the true cost of what's required for post-career comfort.

Next front: Selling what Congress did

With sweeping health care reform almost reality, another battle is about to begin to define what it means for a skeptical public.

Democrats push toward Sunday vote on health care

WASHINGTON – Slowly but steadily, support is building behind President Barack Obama's health care legislation in the House, the result of intense lobbying and politically targeted changes aimed at reassuring waverers and winning over critics. Obam