Legal Docket, the anniversary of the calendar, Dollars and Sense
Today’s news and Legal Docket with Mary Reichard, as oral arguments resume at the Supreme Court, plus: the anniversary of our modern calendar, Dollars and Sense with WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith, and more
Concerns about Russia: As the violence in Ukraine subsides, fears rise about Vladimir Putin moving to keep the country under his influence. GOP Senator Kelly Ayotte told ABC Sunday that Russia may not be content to idly sit by after the Ukrainian parliament Saturday ousted its ally, President Viktor Yanukovych.
Susan Rice: GOP Senator John McCain reacts to Susan Rice’s comments on Benghazi in her first appearance on Meet the Press since the consulate attack in 2012.
Intimidation: Democrat Senate hopeful Gary Peters is coming under fire for attempting to intimidate local television stations.
Liberal bias: Conservative students at the University of South Carolina are pushing back against liberal bias in a required textbook. Sterling Beard of Campus Reform says the book brands Ronald Reagan as sexist and conservatives in general as pessimistic.
Legal Docket: Another state official refuses to defend man-woman marriage, plus a legal challenge to the EPA
Legal-affairs correspondent Mary Reichard discusses state marriage laws, a challenge to EPA pollution regulations, and a case involving mortgage fraud.
The anniversary of our modern calendar
The modern calendar came into existence on Feb. 24, 1582. TW&E’s Michael Cochrane reviews the centuries-long history of trying to accurately document the changing of the seasons and the passage of time.
Dollars and Sense
WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith covers business, the markets, and the economy. He provides an update on the stock market, financial news, and the global economy.