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Legal Docket, the NCAA Final Four, Dollars and Sense, the beginning of Holy Week
Today’s news and legal analysis of a couple cases at the Supreme Court, plus: the four teams competing in the NCAA Final Four championship, a business report that world events are making investors skittish, Old and New Testament readings mark the beginning of Holy Week, and more
Iran: Tomorrow is the self-imposed deadline for negotiators to achieve a framework for a deal with Iran over its nuclear program.
Saudi Arabia: Administration critics say Saudi Arabia’s failure to notify the U.S. of its impending airstrikes against Houthi rebels in Yemen last week is a sign the Saudis now distrust the U.S.
Clinton: Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s attorney says there’s no reason for congressional investigators to go after her personal email server.
German airline crash: In addition to psychological problems, authorities now say the German pilot who crashed a jetliner into the French Alps last week was also seeking treatment for vision problems.
2016: Ted Cruz may not be only announced GOP presidential contender much longer — and the next Republican to enter the field could impact the 2016 election in more ways than one.
GOP nomination: Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina is also expected to make an announcement soon on whether she will seek the GOP presidential nomination.
Pope Francis: The White House will host Pope Francis when the pontiff visits the U.S. this fall.
Legal Docket: Confederate flags on vanity plates
Mary Reichard is legal-affairs correspondent for WORLD Radio.
The NCAA Final Four
Two teams are heading to college basketball’s Final Four for the second year in a row.
Dollars and sense: World events making investors skittish
Warren Cole Smith covers financial news for WORLD Radio.
The beginning of Holy Week
Again this year, we’re presenting several Old and New Testament readings for Holy Week.