Healthcare Reform Will Go to the Supreme Court

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The US Supreme Court will rule on President Obama's Affordable Health Care Act before next year's elections. What are the possible consequences for the White House, Congress and insurance coverage for tens of millions of Americans? We look at the range of options. Also, central bankers Join forces in response to European debt crisis, and Hillary Clinton makes the first official US visit to Myanmar since 1955.

Banner image: Chairman of Restore America's Voice Foundation Kenneth Hoagland (R) speaks during a news conference October 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Approximately 1.6 million signatures collected on petitions urging a repeal of Obama health-care reform were delivered to the Hill at the press conference. Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images