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Legal Docket, 2013 departures
Today’s news and legal-affairs correspondent Mary Reichard reviews the major legal cases of 2013, plus: remembering the people who passed away in 2013, and more
al Qaeda and Benghazi: The New York Times is reporting that al Qaeda was not involved in the deadly September 11th, 2012 attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi.
Snowden: Fugitive NSA leaker Edward Snowden delivered a Christmas message to British television. Snowden said he’s already won a victory by sparking a global conversation about government surveillance.
Obamacare: With the new healthcare law officially taking effect on January 1st, the White House is holding its breath. Due to failures with the Obamacare insurance exchanges, many could find out in January that even though they signed up, they’re not actually covered.
Military religious freedom: A measure in the new defense bill actually defends religious freedom in the military.
Legal Docket: 2013, year in review
Legal-affairs correspondent Mary Reichard reviews the major legal cases that made up 2013.
In this segment, we recall some of the people—famous and infamous—who died in 2013.