NPR's Julie Rovner on possible repeal of health care law The new GOP majority in the House plans to vote Wednesday to repeal the 2010 health care law. Should, and will, all or part of the law be repealed? How much has taken effect already and what can consumers expect in the near future if there is no repeal?11:00 a.m.
Julie Rovner: Health policy correspondent, National Public Radio. Contributing editor, National Journal's CongressDaily. Author of "Health Care Politics and Policy A-Z." Regular contributor to the British medical journal "The Lancet."
Sudan prepares for historic vote on dividing country The people of Sudan will vote this weekend on whether to split the northern and southern parts of Sudan into two countries. A new documentary from America Abroad looks back at the tumultuous history of the nation, where a civil war between the north and the south raged for decades until 2005. It also highlights some of the challenges in holding the referendum vote, and the possible dangers that could follow if the country votes to split.12:00 p.m.