Trudy Lieberman

Contributing Editor, Columbia Journalism Review

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Contributing editor to the Columbia Journalism Review

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Seven patients at UCLA’s Ronald Reagan Medical Center have been infected with a drug-resistant superbug called CRE. Two of them have died.

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Seven patients at UCLA’s Ronald Reagan Medical Center have been infected with a drug-resistant superbug called CRE. Two of them have died.

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On Thursday of next week, President Obama will host an unprecedented televised bipartisan negotiation on healthcare reform. Already there is partisan jousting over the ground rules.

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On Thursday of next week, President Obama will host an unprecedented  televised bipartisan negotiation  on healthcare reform. Already there is partisan jousting over the ground rules.

Obama Takes the Healthcare Debate Public

On Thursday of next week, President Obama will host an unprecedented televised bipartisan negotiation on healthcare reform. Already there is partisan jousting over the ground rules.

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