Brand new Fox polls to digest today. Most voters say Obamacare will play a role in their vote in this year's elections, and over half are more inclined to back the candidate who opposes the health care law. In general, the poll shows more voters continue to dislike than like the health care law -- as has been the case in the Fox News poll going back to April 2010.
Republicans (36 percent) are more likely than Democrats (25 percent) and independents (25 percent) to say they are "extremely" interested in this year's elections. Some 15 percent of voters approve of the job current lawmakers are doing. That's the highest approval rating Congress has received this year. Still, 76 percent disapprove.
There's a special election today in Florida. Voters in the 19th district will choose nominees to replace former Congressman Trey Radel (R).
President Obama visits Washington State today to bring attention to the fate of Oso, WA inundated by that deadly mudslide. 41 are dead, and another 4 are missing and presumed dead.
Keep an eye on the markets.. companies' earnings season in full swing with reports today from AT&T, McDonalds and Yum brands. We also get a report on existing home sales.
Vice President Biden is meeting with Ukrainian politicians today inside Ukraine as a show of U.S. support for the fledgling democracy threatened by Russia. There's been no signs Russia is holding to a treaty they signed to get pro-Russian forces in Ukraine to stand down. Leland Vittert reporting.
The death toll in that ferry sinking off South Korea's coast is rising. 104 are dead, and another 200 are missing and presumed dead.
Pakistan test fired a short-range missile that could deliver a nuclear warhead.
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