"The continuing fight against global AIDS is something for which America will be remembered."
Don't try to go to New York Presbyterian this week, you fancy Upper East Siders.
Barack Obama and Jon Stewart haggle over the meaning of "change you can believe in."
A federal judge in Florida sympathizes with the claim that the bill is unconstitutional.
The overall poverty rate climbed to 14.3 percent, the highest since 1994.
According to the 'Post,' this is "BAD BIDNESS."
Plan includes $775 million in cuts to Medicaid and other programs.
"If you're trying to be bitchy, you're doing a good job," hissed Barney's boyfriend in his defense. Snap!
His mom, not ours.
And how it's working on financial-regulation reform.
And by that, we mean "fail."
Note to all aspiring fearmongers: That is not the thing to do with people who are ALREADY amped up.
Now it goes back to the House, where it may get voted on this afternoon.
The mark that made reform "the law of the land."
Hillary Clinton appears to be genuinely pleased that Barack Obama passed health-care reform.
Speaker credits Obama during sit-down with Diane Sawyer.
That means ... wait!