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Seniors worry about cuts in Medicare

Insurers constantly caution seniors that their Medicare Advantage perks such as hearing aids, dental payments and even gym memberships will fizzle if Democrats get their way and cut government subsidies…

Tighter airport security after failed terror attack

The U.S. government tightened airline security as it searches for answers to how a 23-year-old Nigerian man eluded extensive systems intended to prevent attacks like his botched Christmas Day effort…

Father of terrorism suspect warned U.S.

U.S. government officials tell The Associated Press that the Nigerian man charged with trying to destroy a jetliner came to the attention of U.S. intelligence in November when his father…

Airline passengers foil Christmas Day terror attack

Northwest AirlinesAn attempted terrorist attack on a Christmas Day flight began with a pop and a puff of smoke — sending passengers scrambling…

In the end, insurers will benefit from “reform”

Health insurers get some big presents in the Senate's health overhaul bill — about 20 million new customers and no competition from a new government plan.

Taking advantage of those boons…

Widespread GOP hyprocrisy over health care

The inconsistency — or hypocrisy, as some call it — has irked Democrats, who claim that their plan will pay for itself with higher taxes and spending cuts and cite…

Another delay in closing Gitmo

President Barack Obama's commitment to close the U.S. detention center at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, by next month may be delayed until 2011 because it will take months for the government…

Health care: Lots of pain before any gain

The costs of health care reform being pushed through Congress by Democrats will be felt long before the benefits.

Proposed taxes and fees on upper-income earners, insurers, even tanning parlors, take…

VA screws vets with delayed GI bill payments

Universities and colleges are still waiting for tuition payments for thousands of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans who attended school last fall under the new GI Bill, leaving the veterans panicked…

Public views on health care reform remain steady

The public's views on health care have stayed largely steady this year, despite dramatic swings in the political battle over President Barack Obama's drive to revamp the nation's medical system,…