GOP Plots New Game Plan

Once largely unified in opposition to Dem ideas, some Republicans now feel certain issues are harder to fight

Revenge at the Polls

With health care reform now signed into law, Republicans plan to end Dems' reign — by taking over the House

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.

Plot to Block Health Reform

The ink had barely dried on new health care law when two states filed lawsuits as others rushed to put up legislative barricades | LIVE CHAT: ON THE HUNT —

Poll: Most Americans FearU.S. Economy Could Collapse

Fox News Poll: Most voters think economy may fail, and majorities don't think leaders have ideas to fix it | PDF

Death Row Deadbeats

Hundreds of vicious criminals still alive despite death sentences — and it's costing Calif. taxpayers billions

A-10 Warthogs in Action Over Kandahar

As two pilots geared up to fly from Kandahar to neighboring Helmand to support a British unit, Michael Yon takes an up-close look at the fantastically agile and advanced A-10 Warthog.

Former state head of property insurer pleads guilty

The former head of Louisiana's property insurer of last resort has pleaded guilty to charges fraud. Terry Lisotta was supposed to stand trial starting Monday for mishandling and stealing thousands of dollars from the state.

Study: Last Supper Paintings Supersize the Food

The food in famous paintings of the meal has grown by biblical proportions over the last millennium, researchers report in a medical journal Tuesday.

Netanyahu: Jerusalem 'Not a Settlement'

Israeli PM rebuffs White House in dispute over housing plans, insisting Israel has the right to build in 'our capital'