Arizona Governor Jan Brewer vetoed that controversial anti-gay bill passed in the Arizona state house. Cheers could be heard outside the courthouse when the decision came down. Brewer said, "the bill was worded too broadly and could result in unintended and negative consequences."
Good news for Republicans in new New York Times/CBS News polling. It shows the GOP holds an edge heading into the midterm elections and Independents are leaning towards voting with the GOP.
Dan Springer reporting today on the Administration's efforts to get young people to sign up under the Affordable Care Act.
Peter Doocy reports on the slew of Obamacare ads running across the country.
HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius speaking at an event in DC today at 12:15. We'll be listening for news on the ACA.
A showdown in brewing in the Senate over a veterans bill that Democrats are pushing. It would spend $21 billion dollars in part on Veterans' health benefits.
There's another showdown over further sanctions on Iran which the White House opposes.
Carl Cameron looking at the five year anniversary of the Tea Party.
Regulators are looking into GM's recall of 1.6 million cars. The faulty ignition switches, which GM knew about as early as 2004, are linked to as many as 13 deaths.
We get new numbers on durable goods orders and weekly jobless claims today.
The President continues his push on the economy today with an event to try and help minority men find jobs.
New sighting of disgraced Ukrainian former president Viktor Yanukovych. He's apparently fled to Moscow. Meantime, things haveturned violent in the Russian-loyalist Crimea region. Heavily armed pro-Russian forces have seized control of local government buildings in Simferopol. There is a real possibility of civil war.
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