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White House hints of new health bill

WASHINGTON - With the House and the Senate still at loggerheads over their health care bills, the White House hinted on Tuesday that President Obama might post his own bill on the Internet before the bipartisan heal

Toyota idling Texas, Kentucky plants to cut inventory

Toyota says it plans to idle production at assembly plants in Texas and Kentucky while it grapples with massive recalls in the United States.

EXCLUSIVE: Ex-Gitmo Inmate May be Let Go After Rehab

To American officers at Guantanamo Bay, Ahmed Zaid Salem Zuhair was a hardcore Muslim terrorist suspected of having killed an American in Bosnia. But here in Saudi Arabia, he is a rehabilitated 'beneficiary' who has learned the true meaning of Islam.

Evan Bayh For President? Senator May Be Eyeing White House Run

It took Evan Bayh, the son of a legendary Senator from Indiana, two terms of his own to learn that the conservative Democrat was living a lie as a legislator.

Olympian competes at 5 months pregnant

VANCOUVER -As with all curling teams, Team Canada features five members. Well, six if you really want to get technical with it.

Ahmadinejad: Iran Installing Advanced Centrifuges

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Tuesday that if Iran acquires a nuclear bomb it could trigger a nuclear arms race in the Middle East, which would create dangerous problems in the region.

U.S. Marine Walks Away From Shot to Head in Afghanistan

It is hard to know whether Monday was a very bad day or a very good day for Lance Cpl. Andrew Koenig. On the one hand, he was shot in the head. On the other, the bullet bounced off him.

Trump says Al Gore should lose peace prize

Donald Trump is not a big believer in global warming.

Belgian Commuter Trains Collide, At Least 18 Dead

BRUSSELS — A commuter train ran a stop light during morning rush hour and collided head-on with another train in a Brussels suburb Monday, killing at least 18 people and injuring 55 in Belgium's deadliest train wre

Toyota recalls 10,000 trucks

JAPAN - Toyota was facing more unwanted publicity Saturday after the world's biggest automaker said it was voluntarily calling in about 10,000 pickups in North America, the latest in a series of recalls.