Health care battle nears conclusion The U.S. Senate will soon debate health care reform and a version that will cost nearly $900 billion over 10 years, but may end up reducing the deficit, according to the Congressional Budget Office. Despite the attention to health care in the Senate, the House is also continuing to work on bills that cost more and offer a public option.9:06 a.m.
John Fritze: Congressional reporter for USA Today.
Michael Cannon: Director of health policy studies at the Cato Institute.
Diane Archer: Director, Health Care for All Project of the Institute for America's Future.
Talking Volumes with James Ellroy Crime writer James Ellroy specializes in the dark side of Los Angeles. He joined Kerri Miller on the stage of the Fitzgerald Theater to talk about his latest work what why his writing delves into the mayhem of life.10:06 a.m.
James Ellroy: Author most recently of "Blood's A Rover."