A Work in Progress?

Officials defend Obama's broad health care proposals, urge a skeptical public not to judge before finished

Governors Wary of Second Stimulus

Most attending National Governors Association meeting are not rallying behind calls for another stimulus

Gays, Mormons Clash at Second 'Kiss-In' at Mormon Plaza

A gay couple say they were detained by security guards on a plaza owned by the Mormon church and later cited by police, claiming it stemmed from a kiss on the cheek.

Contador Wins 15th Stage of Tour; Armstrong in Second

Lance Armstrong all but conceded Sunday that he cannot beat teammate Alberto Contador at the Tour de France, after the Spanish star blew away the pack and seized the yellow jersey as the race entered the Alps.

Deficits, Taxes May DoomHealth Care Reforms

Obama budget chief says bill won't be $240B in the hole if House adds reductions in docs' Medicare payments

Manager: Paula Abdul Most Likely Not Returning to Idol

The American Idol judge's manager says he hasn't received a proposed contract even though auditions begin Aug. 6.

Protesters Gather Outside Islamic Conference Near Chicago

Protesters gathered outside a Chicago-area hotel Sunday as an Islamic extremist group reportedly linked to Al Qaeda held a conference in an attempt to step up Western recruitment efforts.

Football Player Falls 35 Feet From Busch Gardens Ride

The park issued a statement saying that after sending a gondola out of the station, the employee thought the door might be unlocked and held onto the door to check it.