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  • Napolitano: Deportation reviews to begin shortly

    Napolitano: Deportation reviews to begin shortly
    The Obama administration soon will begin its systematic review of the approximately 300,000 pending deportation cases, separating "high priority" cases involving criminals it wants to deport from "low priority" cases it will drop, Homeland Security...
  • 3 Secret Service Agents Refuse Polygraph in Prostitution Scandal

    3 Secret Service Agents Refuse Polygraph in Prostitution Scandal
    WASHINGTON, DC -- Three of the 12 Secret Service agents involved in the Colombia prostitution scandal refused to cooperate with authorities and submit to a polygraph test, according to House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Peter King, R-New York....
  • Nitty-gritty on healthcare reform: Issues and key players

    Nitty-gritty on healthcare reform: Issues and key players
    As the Obama administration and Congress prepare to wrestle with the divisive issue of healthcare reform, here is a checklist of the issues and key players to watch in the forthcoming weeks. Obama has said he wants to sign a bill this year, which means...
  • Nitty-gritty on healthcare reform: Key players

    Nitty-gritty on healthcare reform: Key players
    Though Democrats control the House of Representatives, they have not united around any one proposal. They also face opposition from conservative Republicans on several key points: Speaker Nancy Pelosi has said there aren't enough votes to pass healthcare...
  • Inflated art appraisals cost U.S. government untold millions

    An alleged tax-fraud scheme involving donations of overvalued art to four local museums is part of a larger, unchecked problem with inflated art appraisals that has cost the federal government untold millions, a Times analysis has found. Each year, the...
  • After livers, cash to UCLA

    After livers, cash to UCLA
    A powerful Japanese gang boss who received a liver transplant at UCLA Medical Center donated $100,000 to the Westwood hospital shortly after the surgery, The Times has learned. A plaque dated November 2001 at the entryway to a seventh-floor surgery...
  • The deeper danger of Crandall Canyon

    Before the hordes of reporters move on from the Crandall Canyon Mine disaster, taking the nation's attention with them, we should seize the opportunity to turn this tragedy into a teachable moment -- one that will allow us to look beyond the chilling...
  • Tuesday, March 6, 2001: Money Remains Root Of Nursing Homes' Woes

    Florida's nursing-home crisis is about money. All kinds of money. It's about insurance premiums that have increased tenfold in one year. It's about Medicaid, the primary financier of Florida's long-term care system, that today covers only 88 cents of...
  • Healthcare vote: 'What elections are for'

     
    Posted at 7 am EST, updated at 5:30 pm President Barack Obama closed a bipartisan summit on healthcare today the way he opened it, with a speech about how much the Democrats and Republicans actually agree upon -- or should......
  • Full texts of healthcare summit opening remarks: Obama, Alexander, Pelosi, Reid (Updated)

     
    Three Democrats and one Republican speak at the start of the healthcare summit....
  • Obama: Healthcare 'truly historic'

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama, ready to make his case-closing argument for healthcare reform with a statement tomorrow, issued a lettter to congressional leaders of both parties today stating where he believes there still is room for common ground....
  • Rahm Emanuel: 'A lot of heat... not light'

     
    by Mark Silva The initial reaction to passage of an historic healthcare bill in some quarters of the country this spring is staring to make the TEA Party protests against taxes and the rest last summer look tame -- now......