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The busted oil well in the Gulf of Mexico is finally plugged for good.
President Obama will revive its defense and support of the health care reform passed earlier, with a number of changes taking effect this week, including the elimination of co-payments for preventative services and allowing people to stay on their parents’ insurance until they’re 26.
The Sweden Democrats, Sweden’s far-right party, won seats in the Swedish parliament for the first time, denying the ruling center-right coalition enough seats to form a majority government.
A possible conservative, tea-party-inspired Republican majority in the House next year will be a test for Minority Leader John Boehner, as some conservatives will push for shutting down the government to force a repeal of health care reform.
Older unemployed facing possibility of never working again.
How a little inflation could help the economy.
The tea party as the Right’s new Left.
New poll suggests that women may stay home on election day this year.