The President will take your questions now! He is expected to begin with statements on the Iran elections, health care reform and new energy policy.Then the floor is open to reporters who have some specific questions on the administration's policy.

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The death toll continues to rise in the "mass casuality" DC Metro collision. We'll give you some new answers on how this disaster occured, and if it could possibly have been prevented...

We also have a story of a woman who took down a bank robber with her bare hands. How did this retiree save the day?