Health Care Bill Passes: They said it couldn't be done, but the House of Representatives passed the Senate version of health care reform Sunday night, as well as a reconciliation bill that will "fix" problems in the Senate bill. The Wall Street Journal's report is here, and the New York Times looks at legal battles ahead in this story.
Settlement of 9/11 Claims Needs More Work: A federal judge in New York took the rare step of sending the parties back into negotiation after they had agreed on a settlement to compensate Ground Zero workers for their health problems. Too much money went to lawyers and not enough to victims, said Judge Alvin Hellerstein, according to this New York Law Journal report via law.com.
Tiger Talks: Damaged golf star Tiger Woods gave brief interviews to ESPN and the Golf Channel as he starts to re-engage with the public in advance of his return to the game at next month's Masters in Augusta, Ga. USA TODAY has the details of the interviews. "I have a lot more treatment to do," Woods said, but would not reveal what he is being treated for.
Up Next: Immigration? Thousands of immigrants and their supporters marched on Washington Sunday to remind President Obama and Congress of their pledges to undertake immigration law reform. The Washington Post has the story.