David Welna David Welna is NPR's national security correspondent.
David Welna, photographed for NPR, 13 November 2019, in Washington DC.
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Senate Passes Health Care Bill. Now What?

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Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada listens as Connecticut Sen. Christopher Dodd (left) speaks during a Democratic health care rally on Capitol Hill on Tuesday. Harry Hamburg/AP hide caption

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On Health Bill, Reid Proves The Ultimate Deal Maker

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Health Care Bill Heads For Passage

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Lipitor, one of the world's top-selling drugs, sells for $125 in the United States, while in Canada it costs $33, according to Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT). Scott Olsen/Getty Images hide caption

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Congress Watches Obama's Afghan Speech

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