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Legal Docket, Dollars and Sense, bakers face fines for declining to bake for a homosexual wedding
Today’s news and legal-affairs correspondent Mary Reichard discusses a legal case about what questions an employer can and should ask in a job interview, plus: business reporter Warren Smith talks about February as a strong month for stocks, a family-run bakery business is facing a $150,000 fine for declining to bake a cake for a homosexual wedding, and more
Department of Homeland Security: Republicans are putting the best face on Friday night’s embarrassing misstep in the House of Representatives.
GOP: Scott Walker has a reason for his recent popularity among conservative Republicans and an answer to his critics.
Home free: Four U.S. missionaries are heading home after being detained in Venezuela.
Syria: In Syria, UN special envoy Staffan de Mistura paid a surprise visit Sunday to a Melkite Greek Catholic church outside Damascus.
CPAC: The Conservative Political Action Conference wrapped up over the weekend, but not before a few of the headliners blasted President Obama for recently comparing Islamist atrocities to the Christian crusades.
Legal Docket: What should employers be asking in job interviews?
Mary Reichard is legal-affairs correspondent for WORLD Radio.
Dollars and sense: Strong month for stocks, unemployment claims rise
Warren Cole Smith covers financial news for WORLD Radio.
Bakers face $150,000 fine for declining to bake cake celebrating homosexual wedding
Aaron Klein and his wife Melissa ran Sweet Cakes by Melissa in Gresham, Ore., until late last year. Mr. Klein spoke at a news conference at last week’s annual convention of National Religious Broadcasters. Read the related story, “New FRC/NRB Survey Finds Support for Traditional Marriage.”