A Colorado bakery owner's business is threatened by a lawsuit, religious liberty is being targeted by homosexual groups, a report on how sexual assault charges are affecting the military, a market report from Warren Cole Smith
Today's news and a profile by Steve Jordahl of a Colorado bakery owner at the center of a battle over same-sex marriage rights and the First Amendment, plus: legal-affairs correspondent Mary Reichard on the growing number of cases where religious liberty is under threat, reporter Jim Henry on the military sex-abuse scandal, Warren Smith on the week ahead in the financial markets, and more
A summary of Monday morning news
The Senate resumes work on a bipartisan immigration reform bill.
North Korea offers nuclear negotiations, but the U.S. insists Pyongyang won't be able "to talk their way out of ... sanctions."
Western leaders formulate a response to the use of chemical weapons against civilians by Syrian President Bashar al Assad.
Fire crews finally get the upper hand on the Black Forest Fire just north of Colorado Springs.
Senator Rand Paul laments a "war on Christianity" funded by American taxpayers.
Colorado bakery owner faces a choice: violate conscience or go out of business
Steve Jordahl profiles a Colorado bakery owner at the center of a battle over same-sex marriage rights and the First Amendment.
Legal docket: Religious freedom vs. same-sex marriage rights
Legal correspondent Mary Reichard on the growing number of cases where religious liberty is under threat.
How sexual assault cases are affecting the military
Reporter Jim Henry reports on sexual assault cases in the military.
Markets and the economy with Warren Cole Smith
The week ahead in business and the financial markets by Warren Cole Smith.