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Monday, August 31, 2009

Kerry: Learning from the Master

Senator John F. Kerry (D-Mass,) spoke about Edward Kennedy's dedication to health care, and his experience "learning from the master" during the memorial service at the JFK presidential Library.

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H1N1 Hits College Campuses

Colleges across the country are educating students in preventing the spread of H1N1 flu. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Uptick in Concern Over H1N1 Virus

Currently, 17% of Americans say they are worried about getting the H1N1 virus (swine flu), up from the 8% who said the same in June.

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Spotlight on photojournalism at French festival

The Visa Pour l'Image international photojournalism festival opened in southwestern France on Saturday. The festival which runs through September 13, highlights coverage of the year's major news events including the Gaza war, Iraq and Afghanistan.Duration

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Sunday, August 30, 2009

Libido Boost

Chris Wragge is joined with Body + Soul Senior Editor Terri Trespicio, who shows us how to fire up your sex drive, the natural way, by looking at supplements and foods that give you a body boost.

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Saturday, August 29, 2009

Video: Investment Strategies - Healthcare, Media, Financials

Concentrated Value Investing - Analysis and Discussion with William Nygren of Harris Associates (Bloomberg News)

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Teddy's Triumphs

Katie Couric notes how Sen. Edward M. Kennedy rose to prominence and solidified his legacy through his congressional legislation and reform on issues involving health care, education, and civil rights.

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Kennedy's Healthcare Mission

The death of healthcare advocate Sen. Ted Kennedy has inspired his allies to get healthcare reform passed. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Unplugged: Health Care After Kennedy

With the passing of "The Liberal Lion," Sen. Ted Kennedy who was an instrumental voice for health care reform, where does the debate stand? Bob Orr spoke with Washington Post's Ezra Klein and Wall Street Journal's Jonathan Weisman. Plus, Unplugged Under 40.

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Fact-checking the Health Care Town Halls

CQ Politics visited a recent health care town hall in northern Virginia to fact check some of the claims made by both sides of the overhaul debate.

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Video: Japanese Retailers Plunge

Consumers are cautious and they are concerned about the future and the health care. (The Trade)

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Fact-checking the Health Care Town Halls

CQ Politics recently visited a health care town hall in northern Virginia to fact check some of the claims made by both sides of the overhaul debate.

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Politics: Defining the Kennedy Health Care Legacy

Senator Edward M. Kennedy worked on health care intensively for years and the lessons from his work for the current effort is now up for debate.

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Friday, August 28, 2009

Woman Survives Severe H1N1

Cherie Starling was near death after doctors put her in a coma after she contracted a strong case of H1N1 flu. Starling spoke with Chris Wragge from the hospital.

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H1N1 Family Precautions

Chris Wragge spoke with Dr. Jennifer Ashton about how to protect your family from exposure to the H1N1 flue virus.

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Thursday, August 27, 2009

Fact-checking the Health Care Town Halls

CQ Politics recently visited a health care town hall in northern Virginia to fact check some of the claims made by both sides of the overhaul debate.

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Video: Investment Strategies - Healthcare, Media, Financials

Concentrated Value Investing - Analysis and Discussion with William Nygren of Harris Associates (Bloomberg News)

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Teddy's Triumphs

Katie Couric notes how Sen. Edward M. Kennedy rose to prominence and solidified his legacy through his congressional legislation and reform on issues involving health care, education, and civil rights.

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Kennedy's Healthcare Mission

The death of healthcare advocate Sen. Ted Kennedy has inspired his allies to get healthcare reform passed. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Unplugged: Health Care After Kennedy

With the passing of "The Liberal Lion," Sen. Ted Kennedy who was an instrumental voice for health care reform, where does the debate stand? Bob Orr spoke with Washington Post's Ezra Klein and Wall Street Journal's Jonathan Weisman. Plus, Unplugged Under 4

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The Man Who Cared

Sen. Kennedy authored 2,500 pieces of legislation in nearly 47 years in the Senate. Some of the laws you've heard of; Katie Couric and John Blackstone talk to some of the people they helped.

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Wednesday, August 26, 2009

CDC's New H1N1 Plan

The CDC has unveiled a new initiative to help in the fight against the H1N1 virus. One estimate says 2 million of us could come down with the virus. Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports.

H1N1, New School Year Concerns

As students prepare to return to school, parents and academic officials remained concern over the highly contagious H1N1 virus. CBS News' Brandon Scott reports from Los Angeles.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Video: Altria Must Pay $13.8M To Smoker's Daughter

Altria needs to pay $13.8 million for a smoker's daughter who died with cancer. (Bloomberg News)

Health: A Personal Lesson in Geriatric Care

Kristen Murphy, a medical student attending the University of New England, learns first hand what it feels like to be dependent on nursing home care.

Save with Generic Brands

Financial contributor Vera Gibbons showed Maggie Rodriguez how generic brands can save you money without sacrificing quality.

Fighting the H1N1 Flu

A group of presidential advisers said the H1N1 flu virus poses a serious health threat. Dr. Jennifer Ashton has more on the efforts to fight the flu quickly and safely.

Video: Swine Flu Bolsters Glove Demand

Top Glove is the world's largest rubber glove maker which produces 40 billion gloves a year and the demand grows by at least 10% over the past two months due to swine flu. (The Bloomberg Edge)

Monday, August 24, 2009

Teen ADHD Drug Abuse

Dr. Alanna Levine spoke with Chris Wragge about the prevalence of ADHD drug abuse in teens and what parents can do to educate their children.

CDC Preps for H1N1 Vaccine

The Center for Disease Control is holding a conference for vaccinating against the H1N1 virus this school season. Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports.

Video: Giving Up On Compromise?

Senator Chuck Schumer says they will decide to push a bill on its own if it cannot get republican support. (Bloomberg News)

Sunday, August 23, 2009

Glenn Beck on Obama's Universal Health Care

Obama's health care plan - in the words of those who are pushing this - and what the impact will be on people who already have private health care coverage through employers or personal investment. Read from the Congressional Budget Office and you decide:



CBO and the Joint Committee on Taxation staff worked together to produce a preliminary analysis of the major provisions related to health insurance coverage contained in the Affordable Health Choices Act, drafted by the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP). The estimates are based on provisions from title 1 of the draft legislation released by HELP on June 9th. Among other things, the draft legislation would establish insurance exchanges (called gateways) through which individuals and families could purchase health insurance coverage. The proposed bill also would provide federal subsidies to substantially lower the cost of that coverage for some enrollees.

According to our preliminary assessment, enacting the proposal would result in a net increase in federal budget deficits of about $1.0 trillion over the 2010-2019 period. When fully implemented, about 39 million individuals would obtain coverage through the new insurance exchanges. At the same time, the number of people who had coverage through an employer would decline by about 15 million (or roughly 10 percent), and coverage from other sources would fall by about 8 million, so the net decrease in the number of people uninsured would be about 16 million or 17 million.

These new figures do not represent a formal or complete cost estimate for the draft legislation, for several reasons. The estimates provided do not address the entire bill—only the major provisions related to health insurance coverage. Some details have not been estimated yet, and the draft legislation has not been fully reviewed. Also, because expanded eligibility for the Medicaid program may be added at a later date, those figures are not likely to represent the impact that more comprehensive proposals—which might include a significant expansion of Medicaid or other options for subsidizing coverage for those with income below 150 percent of the federal poverty level—would have both on the federal budget and on the extent of insurance coverage.

CBO will continue to work on an ongoing basis with the HELP Committee and the other Senate and House committees involved in health care reform to provide estimates and analyses as legislation is developed.

Video: Health Care Reform

A poll says 53% of Americans say the government must tackle health care reform immediately. (Bloomberg News)

Video: Split Health Care Bill In Two

The White House considers a new strategy to pass the health care bill with just democrats. (Bloomberg News)

Health Care Reform Campaign

President Obama hits the airwaves to defend Democrats' health care proposals, reports Bill Plante. Jeff Glor talks to Mitt Romney who praises the Massachusetts health care plan as a model for reform.

Flu Outbreak at Work Guide

Dr. Jennifer Ashton shares recommendations with Jeff Glor for lowering the impact of an H1N1 outbreak in the workplace.

Main St. Debates Healthcare

Dr. Jon LaPook attends a Vermont town meeting on healthcare reform.

Video: Special Report - What Does $80 Billion Get You?

What's in it for PhRMA in Healthcare Reform? - Seniors Stay with Brand Names, Plus 46 Million New Customers (Bloomberg News)

Health Reform Hot Button

Many Americans continue to debate the issues surrounding health care reform. Politicians are still committed to finding compromise, but as Nancy Cordes reports, it is getting harder with time.

New Health Care Strategy

White House sources say they will have a new health reform strategy. As Bill Plante reports, the White House will get tough with their own people to show that some health reform is better than none.

Flu Outbreak at Work Guide

Dr. Jennifer Ashton shares recommendations with Jeff Glor for lowering the impact of an H1N1 outbreak in the workplace.

Health Care Reform Campaign

President Obama hits the airwaves to defend Democrats' health care proposals, reports Bill Plante. Jeff Glor talks to Mitt Romney who praises the Massachusetts health care plan as a model for reform.

Crawford's Video Trail Mix: Defining the Co-ops

CQ Politics blogger Craig Crawford tries to make sense of the talk about health care co-ops and offers up his own idea for a Trail Mix health care plan.

Main St. Debates Healthcare

Dr. Jon LaPook attends a Vermont town meeting on healthcare reform.

Notebook: HFC's

Katie Couric discusses the environmental damage caused by hydrofluorocarbons used in air conditioners, refrigerators and aerosol cans since the '80s.

Colleges Brace For H1N1

As college students now prepare for a new semester, medical correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports, campuses nationwide are anticipating a potential pandemic of the H1N1 virus.

Health Care Battle Wages On

President Obama assured health care reform supporters that he is not buckling under pressure. Meanwhile, top Democrats are deciding whether to split the bill in two parts. Bill Plante reports.

Town Meeting Unplugged

Hear more from the town meeting on healthcare that Dr. Jon LaPook visited in Arlington, Vermont.

Public Option Supporters Rally on Capitol Hill

About 300 supporters of a public insurance option for health care rally on Capitol Hill as president Obama addresses grassroots activists at the DNC headquarters. Produced by Andrew Satter.

H1N1 'Explosion' Imminent?

Dr. Jennifer Ashton spoke with Maggie Rodriguez about the World Health Organization's expected "explosion" of the H1N1 virus.

Obama on the Offensive

President Obama is revving up his healthcare reform campaign by standing behind the public option, Bill Plante reports. Author Dick Morris blames Obama for the unstable economy.

Video: Obama Down As Health Debate Heats Up - Poll

Support for President Obama slips as health care reform heats up. (Bloomberg News)

Video: "Stay Home" - Education Sec.

Education secretary says "stay in your room" if you get sick with flu symptoms. (Bloomberg News)

Video: In-Depth Look - Where The Jobs Are

Interview and discussion with Taleo C.E.O., Michael Gregoire. He says retail, healthcare, tech industries are looking for workers. (Bloomberg News)

Video: More Perspective - Healthcare Reform

Interview with Cigna's Public Policy VP William Hoagland (Bloomberg News)

Health Care Doubt Continues

As the health care debate rages, a CBS News poll shows 57 percent of the 65-and-over crowd thinks their access to health care will diminish and their own costs will rise. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

Video: Economy And Health Care Make Headlines

Ben Bernanke gives full defense to the Fed's actions and responses to the financial crisis and Representative Snyder holds a town meeting in downtown Little Rock. (Political Capital)

WHO warns of second swine flu wave

The World Health Organization chief urges governments to prepare for a likely second wave of H1N1 outbreak.

Global recession can't stop the tango beat

The world economic crisis and one of the world's biggest outbreaks of the H1N1 flu in Argentina were unable to stop thousands of tango lovers from across the world descending on Buenos Aires for this year's World Tango Festival and Championship.

Obama Problems

President Obama called for an "honest debate" on health reform. Critics say Obama hasn't done a good job explaining why reform is needed, despite 11 town hall meetings. Kimberly Dozier reports.

What Would LBJ Do?

On "Face The Nation" Bob Schieffer offers insight into how President Lyndon Johnson would have approached President Obama's battle for health care reform.

Friday, August 21, 2009

Protestors Push Back

President Obama's town hall meeting focuses on health-care and energy. (Bloomberg News)

In-Depth Look - Dear White House

Another Look at Healthcare - Separating Fact from Fiction (Bloomberg News)

Notebook: Fear and Frustration

Katie Couric speaks about the chaos stirred up by the health care reform debates and the seriousness of this issue, which effects the lives of millions of people.

Health Care Ad Spending

Congress spends almost $53 million across the country on television ads regarding health care reform. (Bloomberg News)

Obama Engages in Health Debate

Public support for health care reform is fiercely divided as President Obama heads to a New Hampshire town hall meeting, reports Kimberly Dozier. Harry Smith also talks to Robert Gibbs for more.

In-Depth Look - Health Care Debate Heats Up

Interview and discussion with the Former Senate Majority Leader, Tom Daschle. He talks about the health-care debate reform and says the health-care debate success is still a toss up. (Bloomberg News)

Unplugged: Health Care Myths

Bob Orr, Factcheck.org's Brooks Jackson and Wall Street Journal's Alicia Mundy dissect some of the many myths surrounding health care reform.

N.H. Debates Obama Plan

Healthcare reform supporters and opponents lined the street leading to a N.H. high school where Pres. Obama held a town hall meeting. CBS News digital journalist Arden Farhi spoke with demonstrators.

Obama Strikes Back

With growing opposition and increased tensions mounting at town hall meetings, President Obama spoke out in an effort to defend his healthcare reform proposals. Chip Reid reports.

Health Care Showdown

Town hall meetings for health care reform across the country generate furor for senators as President Obama took the podium in N.H., reports Kimberly Dozier. Sen. Specter talks to Harry Smith.

Obama Charges Critics

President Obama continues to face a daunting challenge, health care reform. With the outcome still uncertain, Obama charged critics in his weekly address. John Dickerson has more.

Still Debating Health Reform

In town hall meetings across the country, the debate over health care reform is loud and nasty, even when audiences and speakers agree. As Kelly Colbiella reports, many are still skeptical.

Healthcare Debate Heats Up

President Obama's healthcare plan continues to be a hot topic across the U.S. as Republicans criticize the government's involvement. Chip Reid reports.

Looking At The Long Term

Pres. Obama noted the long term goals for reforming health care and immigration.

Notebook: Drug Companies

As President Barack Obama tries to lower the heat on the health care debate, drug companies pledge to spend billions to promote and pay for the plan. Katie Couric comments on this unlikely alliance.

Negotiations With Pharmacies

While much of the health care debate has been carried out publicly, many private negotiations have gone on between the White House and the pharmaceutical industry. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

Obama Pushes His Plan

President Obama pushes his health-care reform plan in Hampshire. They encountered large mob of protesters. (Bloomberg News)

President Obama's Health Care Reform

Analysis and discussion with Director of White House Health Reform Nancy-Ann DeParle. She says President Obama wants to get it voted on by both the House and the Senate. (Venture)

Health Care Momentum

Analysis and discussion with Illinois Senator Richard Durbin. He says the Democrats are not in trouble and when the voters across America hear the basic goals of health care reform, they come back. (Political Capital)

Healthcare Reform Outrage

Health care town hall meetings are increasingly being conducted with shouting and protests. Is it a grassroots reaction or political organizing? Chip Reid reports.

Inside Look - How to Fix Healthcare

Interview with Arthur Laffer (Bloomberg News)

Race for H1N1 Flu Vaccine

Federal health officials are working with schools to plan for a likely H1N1 outbreak once schools reopen, Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports. Harry Smith spoke with Secretary of Education Arne Duncan.

Congress Eyes Health-Care Fix

Negotiations over the final health care bill continues after the break. (Bloomberg News)

Witness at Gym Murders

Richard Walker was playing basketball at the Pittsburgh, Pa. health club where a gunman fired more than 50 shots. Harry Smith talks to Walker about how he helped some of the survivors.

More Perspective - Healthcare Debate Continues

Interview with Arthur Henderson of Jefferies & Co. (Bloomberg News)

Update - The Obama Agenda

Recap - Obama Speaks on Stimulus and Healthcare Reform Today (Bloomberg News)

Protesting Health Care Reform

As crowds demonstrate against the health care reform around the country, political analysts say Democrats face a tough August recess. Wyatt Andrews reports.

Health Care Hurdles - Poll

A poll shows voters disapprove of President Obama's approach to health-care reform. (Bloomberg News)

Inside Look - Reforming Healthcare

Interview with Mayo Clinic CEO Denis Cortese (Bloomberg News)

Inside Look - What Lies Beneath Healthcare Reform

Roundtable Discussion with Frank Keating of American Council of Life Insurers and Raghuram Selvaraju of Hapoalim Securities (Taking Stock)

A-List Roundtable

Bob Woodward, Kathleen Parker, and David Brooks join Bob Schieffer for a roundtable discussion on the latest on Afghanistan, Health Care, and 'Cash For Clunkers'

Evening News Online, 08.01.09

Saturday: Obama is spending much of his time explaining health reform repeatedly; Plus, Cash for clunkers and was supposed to last, but reports claim that the money had run out in a week.

Vitamin D Deficiency and Kids

Is your child getting enough vitamin D? A new study says seven out of 10 American kids have low levels of vitamin D, which threatens bone and heart health. Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports.

Notebook: Cabinet Retreat

President Obama assembled members of his Cabinet for a two-day retreat at Blair House to discuss what goals need to be accomplished. Katie Couric comments on Mr. Obama's health care reform plans.

Look Ahead: Week of Aug. 3, 2009

This week: The House is in recess, the Senate and Pres. Obama continue to tackle health care and the Senate votes on the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor.
According to a new poll, only 46 percent of the American public approves of the way President Barack Obama is handling health care reform. Katie Couric talks to John Dickerson about what went wrong.

Evening News Online, 07.31.09

Friday: Despite the slowing economic decline, the unemployment rate is expected to rise; Around 200,000 cars have been sold as part of the "Cash for Clunkers" program; Also, Polls show health care reform approval ratings.

Health Care Debate

Analysis and discussion with Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. She says they will merge those bills over on August and work with them sometime probably in September. (Political Capital)

A Model For Health Reform

With the debate over health care reform raging in Washington, many who study the issue are looking closely at one state that has already tackled reform on a comprehensive. Priya David reports.

Man Behind Healthcare Future

Conservative U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) now stands as one of the most central bipartisan figures in the race to solidify widespread reform to the healthcare industry. Cynthia Bowers reports.

Health Care Myths And Facts

Unanswered questions and widespread rumors still cloud the Obama administration's proposed plans to reform the healthcare industry. Sharyl Attkisson separates fact from fiction.

Healthcare Fact and Fiction

Healthcare reform town hall meetings continue to get rowdy, Bill Plante reports. The New Republic's Jonathan Cohn answered frequently asked questions about Obama's plan.

Town-Hall's Turning Tide

KYW's Jamie Smith reports on how pro-health care advocates overpowered protesters at Rep. Joe Sestak's town-hall event.

Notebook: End of Life

Benjamin Franklin famously wrote that "nothing is certain except death and taxes." Katie Couric takes a look at how proposed healthcare reform is treating life's certainties.

Healthcare Reform Defense

As President Obama continues to defend healthcare reform, White House officials respond with an email campaign for supporters. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

L.A.'s Free Medical Care

Roughly 1,500 people with little or no health insurance are lining up daily to receive free medical care from professionals and volunteers at the L.A. Forum. Bill Whitaker reports.

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

End-of-Life Debate

Obama minions to decide when you should die!
The end-of-life the issue has become so hot, the president felt compelled to assure Americans this week that no one was going to, as he put it, "pull the plug on grandma." Kelly Cobiella reports on the much-debated issue.

Special Report - The Invisible Army of Lobbyists

3300 Health Reform Lobbyists Dwarf 535 Members of Congress (Bloomberg News)

Pressure To Influence Health Care Consideration

Analysis and discussion with the former Medicare Administrator Mark McClellan. He says the point of the health care system is that around the country, there are health care systems that work and deliver very good care at much lower cost. (Political Capital)

Singapore Touts Its Medical Tourism

Singapore is aggressively marketing itself as a place to do surgeries and procedures that are too costly or can't be done at home. WSJ's Peter Landers speaks with Dr. Jason Yap, head of international health care marketing for Singapore, about how the government is positioning the Lion State.

Notebook: Fear and Frustration

The health care debate has many Americans frustrated about their future. Katie Couric comments that Americans need to keep their eye on the prize.

Health Care Family Feud

The ongoing healthcare debate is stirring up questions. Many can ask, is it really about healthcare? Brad Woodhouse, and his brother Dallas Woodhouse and Mike Allen speak with Erica Hill.

Special Report - Who Are the Uninsured?

According to Kaiser Family Foundation, 69% of Uninsured Americans are Full-Time Workers (Bloomberg News)

Push Back Over Public-Option

President Obama and his senior advisers scramble to quell concerns that he abandons support for public insurance option that would provide an alternative to private insurance for low income people. (Bloomberg News)

Barney Frank Strikes Back

Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) had a few choice words for one woman at his town-hall meeting Tuesday when she compared Pres. Obama's plan for health care with Nazi policies.

Dems Taking on Reform Alone?

House Democrats and Republicans are split on the public option in healthcare reform, Bill Plante reports. Democratic strategist Chris Kofinis and G.O.P. strategist Dan Bartlett discussed the plan.

Who Are The Uninsured?

More than 46 million people are uninsured in the U.S. (Bloomberg News)

Politics: The Heath Care Debate in Montana

There has been a lot of attention paid to the confrontations over health care. But how it's actually playing out on the ground in Montana reveals a more complicated landscape.

Friday, August 14, 2009

Obama Grilled by 6th Grader

Damon Weaver, an 11-year-old reporter landed an exclusive interview with President Obama. He questioned Obama about education and healthcare.

Clinic Offers Free Healthcare

A portable healthcare clinic located near L.A., Calif. is giving away free healthcare. Harry Smith spoke with the clinic's founder Stan Brock about the state of healthcare in the U.S.

American Healthcare Crisis

Thousands of desperate people flocked to a free health clinic set up in Inglewood, Calif. Bill Whitaker reports.

NRA Member Queries Obama

After a town hall meeting in Bozeman, Mont., President Barack Obama answers a question from an NRA member about how funds will be raised for health care reform without raising taxes.

Montana Throws Obama Softballs

President Obama's town hall meeting in Montana on health care reform only elicited a few hard-lined questions. As Chip Reid reports, Obama mostly received softballs due to Democratic planning.

Health Care Debate

President Barack Obama is in a town hall in New Hampshire and the people are extremely polite or there is respect for the president when he shows up and he says the system needs fundamental reform. (Political Capital)