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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.

1st Sikh in decades graduates Army officer school

SAN ANTONIO – The soldiers in standard-issue fatigues and combat boots stood side-by-side repeating their creed: "I am an American soldier. I am a warrior and a member of a team.

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.

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'

A Mandate With No Teeth?

Dems' health bill virtually ties the hands of the IRS to collect fees on those who don't buy health insurance• Dems Win Parliament