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A legal history lesson, market records and an upbeat housing report, a report on another medical advance
Today’s news and legal-affairs correspondent Mary Reichard discusses a legal case from 50 years ago that is being referenced in recent oral arguments for homosexual marriage, plus: a business and financial report on the current state of the markets, technology correspondent Michael Cochrane talks about a recent advance in medical technology, and more
Immigration: President Obama is defending his executive order on immigration.
Ferguson: The grand jury investigating the Michael Brown case reconvenes today.
Homelessness: Despite massive increases in welfare spending, a new study shows millions of children are homeless.
Legal Docket: A legal history lesson
Legal-affairs correspondent Mary Reichard talks about a legal case from the history books that is being used in recent oral arguments.
Dollars and sense: More market records, plus upbeat housing report
Warren Cole Smith covers financial news for WORLD Radio.
Another medical advance in the works: Disease-finding nanoparticles
Reporter Michael Cochrane covers science and technology stories for WORLD Radio.