Afghanistan doesn't bring out the vote.
Democrats go it alone on health care reform; Afghanistan prepares to go to the polls.
White House signals it is ready to give up the government-run insurance option.
Obama tours the West, consumers still not bullish on the economy.
Health care protests are influencing independents; Fed ends one piece of intervention.
Wave of violence hits Iraq; Obama says he'll pursue comprehensive immigration reform in 2010.
Justice Department to investigate CIA interrogations; nine killed in New York plane crash.
Senate confirms Sonia Sotomayor as the first hispanic justice on the Supreme Court.
American journalists are set free after Clinton travels to North Korea.
Guantanamo detainees could be transferred to a prison with courtrooms in the United States.
The papers on the economy's second-quarter recovery.
More Americans afraid of health care overhaul; House Democrats reach deal with Blue Dogs.
Mousavi calls for street protests; House vote on health care unlikely this week.
Does the health care reform bill ask the wrong questions?
Senate won't vote on health care bill before August recess.
Bankers upbeat about economic growth; CIA reportedly staged mock executions of detainee.
CIA hired private contractors to take part in its al-Qaida assassination program.
Troops might have to leave Iraq earlier than scheduled; Army launches new training program.
Republicans wary of boisterous health care reform activists; Obama calls for rational debate.
France and Germany rebound; new hope for cancer treatment.
The president gets personally involved in selling health care overhaul to Americans.
Military to hunt down Afghan drug traffickers; Northern countries preparing for H1N1 comeback.
What do the new employment figures really mean?
White House wants to overhaul immigration detention system and mortgage giants.
Bill Clinton takes surprise trip to North Korea to push for release of American journalists.
The jobless are running out of insurance, while Iraq veterans call it quits.
Afghanistan commanders wants more troops; cash for clunkers runs out of cash.
New numbers suggest the housing market may have bottomed.
Insurance subsidies might not be enough; Pelosi is optimistic but doesn't commit to timetable.
Walking it back on Skip Gates while health care hits another speed bump.