March 26th, 2010
08:01 PM ET

The day's most popular stories

The five most popular stories on during the last 24 hours, according to Newspulse.

Reid accidentally votes no on health care: Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid mistakenly called out "no" Thursday when asked for his vote on the health care reconciliation bill, setting the chamber howling with laughter.

At least 11 killed in Kentucky wreck: Ten people traveling in a van in southwestern Kentucky were killed Friday when a tractor-trailer crossed the median and smashed head-on into their vehicle, authorities said. The tractor-trailer driver also died.

Dog chews off cop car bumper: A dog that was caught on camera chewing off the bumper of a police cruiser is heading home. WTVC's Kevin Sims reports.

Chaos after semi crosses median: Officials say several people are dead after a tractor trailer crashed into another vehicle in Kentucky.

Doctor-starved: America's heartland in crisis: For one doctor practicing in America's heartland, the new health care law and its incentives to keep doctors on the farm is a start, not a solution, to the medical care crisis afflicting rural America.

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  1. vicki countz

    The answer is obvious. Allow doctors to charge what they need to for an
    acceptable profit margin per patient, then the patient is reimbursed by whatever
    system they belong to. When Govt sets the standard it is already outdated by the
    time it kicks in and maybe, just maybe, the patients will think twice when fronting
    actual money, deciding whether it is truly an urgent medical need. Most remedies are
    home varieties and simply require a home medical refernce book or the internet.

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