President Barack Obama said in an interview on CBS's 60 Minutes that his health-care bill will pass this year, and once it does, he will ''own it." Obama said he sees this moment as the best opportunity to solve health-care issues, and that he wouldn't sacrifice the bill for the sake of bipartisanship. He's also skeptical of the cost-saving potential of caps on payouts in malpractice suits. The president warned that he would not repeat the health-care history of 15 years ago: "I think there're some who see this as a replay of 1993-94. You know, young president comes in, proposes health care. It crashes and burns and then the Republicans use that to win back the House in the subsequent election… And I think there are some people who are dusting off that playbook."