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Legal Docket, a vocabulary trend, Dollars and Sense
Today’s news and Legal Docket with Mary Reichard, a discussion of some Supreme Court decisions, plus: TW&E correspondent Michael Cochrane reports on an increasingly popular language trend, a review of business and economic news with financial reporter Warren Cole Smith, and more
Foreign policy: On CBS’ Face the Nation, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers shares some strong words for the Obama administration on its foreign policy.
Benghazi committee: Democrats will participate on the newly formed House Select Committee on Benghazi only if certain conditions are met.
2016: Florida Senator Marco Rubio is preparing for a White House run.
Veterans Affairs scandal: A former defense secretary and the current one are sounding off the Veterans Affairs controversy.
Legal Docket: A review of Supreme Court decisions
As the Supreme Court heads into summer recess, legal-affairs correspondent Mary Reichard discusses some of the decisions made by the High Court.
A growing vocabulary trend
TW&E correspondent Michael Cochrane takes a look at a trend in the English language, using the word ‘so’ to begin sentences.
Dollars and Sense
Warren Cole Smith covers financial stories for WORLD News Group.