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Legal Docket, the future of motorcycling, Dollars and Sense
Today’s news and legal-affairs correspondent Mary Reichard discusses legal cases ranging from teeth whitening to appeals for death-row inmates, plus: technology correspondent Michael Cochrane talks about the future of motorcycling, WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith on the continued volatility of the markets, and more
ISIS: The thunderous sound US bombs finding their ISIS targets over the weekend in Syria, near the Turkish border.
Ebola: The battle to contain Ebola is ramping up, but some members of Congress aren’t exactly pleased with the president’s pick to oversee that effort.
Elections: With midterms now just a couple of weeks away, the political top dogs of the Republican and Democratic parties clashed on Sunday.
Marriage: In response to the broad expansion of same-sex marriage imposed by federal courts, religious groups and individuals are seeking protections of their religious liberties.
Legal Docket: Teeth whitening, fact-finding in the lower courts, the appeals process for death-row inmates, and a fight over water
Legal-affairs correspondent Mary Reichard discusses four cases argued before the Supreme Court in the second week of the new term.
Does motorcycling have an electric future?
TW&E technology correspondent Michael Cochrane reports on electric motorcycles.
Dollars and sense: Market volatility continues
Warren Cole Smith covers financial news for WORLD Radio.