1:20pm

Mon December 13, 2010
The Two-Way

'Bed Intruder Song' Tops YouTube's Most-Watched List In 2010

Bed Intruder Song is this year's No. 1 on YouTube's most-watched list of videos.

Since the top 2 versions of that much-mashed clip have been watched about 61 million times, it's no surprise to see it on top.

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1:04pm

Mon December 13, 2010
It's All Politics

RNC's Michael Steele -- Ready To Move On?

The not-so-long strange trip of Michael Steele as Republican National Committee chairman appears near an end as speculation mounts that he will announce Monday evening he won't seek re-election.

Again, it's only guessing at this point since Steele could just as easily confound his party (it wouldn't be the first time) by announcing a re-election bid during a scheduled private teleconference.

But there are strong signs that the controversial chair might say he's ready to spend more time with his family.

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12:00pm

Mon December 13, 2010
The Two-Way

Break 'Quote Of The Year' Tie: Christine O'Donnell Or BP's Tony Hayward?

There's really not that much science -- and a lot of opinion -- when it comes to things like this.

But seeing that Yale University librarian Fred Shapiro's annual "best quotes" list is out, and that he says there was a tie at the top, makes us think that a "winner" needs to be determined (at least by one of our unscientific "surveys").

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11:15am

Mon December 13, 2010
Around the Nation

Storm Shellacks Upper Midwest With Ice, Snow

Commuters in the upper Midwest braved snow-packed roads Monday as they returned to work after a weekend that saw up to 2 feet of wind-driven snow dumped on parts of Minnesota and Wisconsin, resulting in several weather-related deaths.

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10:36am

Mon December 13, 2010
Health

How Health Care Overhaul Impacts Baby Boomers

A federal judge in Virginia has declared part of the health care law unconstitutional. Monday's ruling applies to the requirement that everyone have insurance -- a provision not scheduled to kick in until 2014.

But many parts of the law were left untouched by the ruling -- including the expansion in government help for millions of uninsured Americans who want insurance but can't afford it.

A report released Tuesday looks at a big segment of that population: baby boomers.          

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