Narrow Passage — A House Committee has passed the healthcare reform bill 31-28.
Speaking of healthcare, Sen. Chris Dodd (D-CT) has been diagnosed with prostate cancer.
R.I.P. — Former Philippines president Corazon Aquino, the woman behind the “people power” movement that toppled dictator Ferdinand Marcos, has died.
The House voted to add another $2B to the “cash for clunkers” program.
Three hikers in Kurdistan took a wrong turn and are being held in Iran.
Payback? — David Bogden, who was fired in the U.S. attorney purge by the Bush administration, gets his old job back.
Everglades — The state and federal government have settled their dispute on how to pay for the restoration of the “River of Grass.”
The revolution will not be financed — Cuba is going broke.
Tigers drop a close one to the Indians.