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Google Turns Off Chinese Web Site

After a months-long battle between the world's most powerful Internet company and the world's most populous country, Google takes its site off the mainland in an effort to skirt Chinese censorship

GOP quick to release 'repeal' bills

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

Court Out of Tune on 'Ave Maria' Case?

Supreme Court won't take up appeal of students blocked from performing 'Ave Maria' despite criticism from Alito

Health Care's New Battlefield

Health care fight moves from Congress to the courts as lawmakers, attorneys line up to challenge historic bill

64% say Congress is doing a poor job

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

2010-03-22T15:34:57-0500

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.

Clinton Makes Fun of ... Everyone

Ex-president cracks jokes about everything from Al Gore and global warming to Dick Cheney's health during dinner

Republicans Say DemsDon't Have the Votes

GOP focuses on the 20 uncommitted House Democrats who could derail the divisive health care vote