ST. PAUL, Minn. - It's a late-campaign distraction Minnesota gubernatorial candidate Tom Emmer vigorously tried to head off, even to the point of enlisting a private investigator.
CHICAGO - Fast decisions on life-and-death cases are the bread and butter of hospital emergency rooms.
NEW YORK - The scenario was unique, as far as doctors could tell: A man had gotten a transplanted kidney from a woman who had uterine cancer and didn't know it.
HAMMOND, Ind. - An Indiana surgeon who was arrested on an Italian mountainside after more than five years on the run from the law has pleaded not guilty to fraud and malpractice charges.
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama embraced a handful of Republican health care ideas Tuesday to lure votes of Democrats wary of a more partisan approach as he prepared to spell out his final package for a sharply divided House and Senate, where its fate is unsure.