The World and Everything in It
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Legal Docket, Dollars and Sense, the Secret Service agent who saved Ronald Reagan’s life dies at 85, the WORLD Radio History Book
Today's news and the Supreme Court’s first week of oral arguments begins with cases on the death penalty, kickback schemes, train accidents, arbitration clauses, and bank loans, plus: a business report on the market rally, the Secret Service agent who was credited with saving Ronald Reagan’s life after the 1981 assassination attempt dies at age 85, this week in the WORLD Radio History Book, and more.
Speaker: Republicans are pressing Congressman Paul Ryan to run for speaker of the House.
Turkey: A bombing killed nearly 130 people in the Turkish capital.
Sentencing: The hearing officer in charge of Bergdahl’s case has recommended no jail time.
Obama: The president faced some tough questioning last night on 60 Minutes.
Missile: The Iranian missile, called Pillar, has a range of 1,000 miles.
March: A rally in Washington, DC marked the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March.
9-1-1: An emergency dispatcher took a third request from a Planned Parenthood facility in Spokane.
Box office: The Martian maintained life support in the top spot, bringing in 37-million in ticket sales.
Legal Docket: The Supreme Court begins oral arguments
Mary Reichard is legal-affairs correspondent for WORLD Radio.
Dollars and sense: Market rally, analysts eye earnings
This is Warren Cole Smith's final financial report for WORLD Radio.
Secret Service agent who saved Reagan's life and then became a pastor dies at 85
Read "Jerry Parr, Agent Who Saved Reagan’s Life, Dies at 85" from Bloomberg.
The WORLD Radio History Book
A World Series rarity, Vietnam protests, and the truth behind a celebrated murder case.