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  • Sunday healthcare vote: 'Affront to God'

     
    by Mark Silva Never mind the substance of the healthcare legislation that all the House's Republicans stand prepared to oppose -- the House is heading toward a vote on Sunday, with the White House voicing optimism today that it will......
  • Palm Beach County vote counting keeps going and going and going

     
    Palm Beach County missed its goal to finish counting votes by 3 p.m. Friday, with stacks of absentee and provisional ballots still to go as the state???s noon Saturday deadline loomed. Thousands of absentee ballots marred with printing errors have......
  • Obama's Asian trip postponed

     
    by Mark Silva The Obama White House, which already had pushed a planned Pacific and Asian trip back three days because of the ongoing healthcare debate, announced today that Obama will delay his trip to Guam, Australia and Indonesia until......
  • Obama: Deficit relief, tax breaks for jobs

     
    by Michael Muskal President Barack Obama used a jobs bill signing ceremony today to lobby for his healthcare overhaul and to argue that bipartisanship can get things done. In a Rose Garden ceremony, Obama signed bipartisan legislation that includes about....
  • Healthcare: $940 billion over 10 years

     
    by Michael Muskal and Noam N. Levey The Congressional Budget Office today estimated the cost of the proposed healthcare overhaul at $940 billion over 10 years, a scoring that clears the way for a House vote as soon as Sunday.......
  • 'American Idol' results: Who keeps on rolling into the Top 11?

     
    Well, American Idol viewers, guess what rule is back in play this season? It's the judges' save, in which the judges can save a voted-out contestant, but only once, and only unanimously and only before the Top 5. Next, David......
  • More election revenge -- against sign thieves

     
    Revenge was a big theme in Tuesday's elections. There was "revenge voting" President Obama encouraged to supporters as a reaction to big-moneyed interests supporting Mitt Romney. In Florida, frustrated voters took revenge against the best efforts of the...
  • West Boca group endorses Deutch

     
    If it???s up to West Boca business leaders, Democrat Ted Deutch will replace U.S. Rep. Robert Wexler???s seat in the 19th congressional district. WestPAC, the political action committee of the West Boca Chamber of Commerce, has endorsed Deutch over Ed.......
  • Slaughter solution: Rolling the (dice) bill

     
    by Mark Silva The "Slaughter solution.'' It could become the most memorable catchword of the healthcare debate unfolding with expected House action -- approval, the way leaders are talking -- on Sunday. As most know by now, this is not......
  • Healthcare, TEA Parties, racism, rancor

     
    by Mark Silva and updated Sunday morning There was quite a scene outside the Capitol today, where the House was embroiled in debate over passage of a healthcare bill that President Barack Obama is demanding. Protesters amassed, and some of......
  • Obama: 'Something historic this weekend'

     
    By Mark Silva and updated at 1:55 pm EDT President Barack Obama, framing this weekend's expected House vote on healthcare as "historic,'' called today on Congress to rise above politics and do something for the good of millions of Americans.......