Legal Docket, the last of the original Navajo Code talkers laid to rest, an LGBT celebration at the Pentagon, Dollars and Sense
Today’s news and Legal Docket with Mary Reichard, profiling cases not before the Supreme Court level, plus: the last of the original Navajo Code speakers is laid to rest on Tuesday at the age of 93, the Pentagon celebrates ‘LGBT Pride Month,’ Dollars and Sense with WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith, and more
Taliban release: Congressional leaders continue to express bipartisan frustration over the administration’s failure to notify Congress before releasing five Taliban leaders.
Border patrol: Tens of thousands of children are flooding the southern border and ending up in Arizona.
Minimum wage: Seattle’s mayor Ed Murray is defending a $15 dollar an hour minimum wage.
Clinton 2016: In an interview with ABC News, Hillary Clinton refused to tip her hand about a 2016 White House bid.
Legal Docket: Cases not yet at the Supreme Court
Legal-affairs correspondent Mary Reichard discusses cases involving a protective abortion law and religious conscience.
Last of original Navajo Code talkers to be laid to rest Tuesday
The funeral for Chester Nez, who died last week at 93, is scheduled for tomorrow in New Mexico.
Learn more about the Navajo Code Talkers of World War II.
Military color guard marches in homosexual pride parade, Pentagon celebrates ‘LGBT Pride Month’
Read “U.S. Armed Forces color guard to march in gay pride parade in D.C.; called a first nationwide” from The Washington Post.
Learn more about Thursday’s “Pride” event at the Pentagon.
Dollars and sense: More stock market highs, unemployment holds steady
Warren Cole Smith covers the money beat for WORLD News Group.