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Legal Docket, new military technological advances, Dollars and Sense
Today’s news and Legal Docket with TW&E correspondent Mary Reichard looking at two important SCOTUS cases over foreign events and college admission, plus: the US military makes headway with new technology, Dollars and Sense with WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith, and more
Obamacare: The national online exchange has been plagued by debilitating system failures since the day it launched. With years to prepare and a 94 million dollar budget to construct the online exchange, critics call the disastrous rollout unacceptable and some are now calling for the resignation of Secretary Sebelius.
Promotions: Using taxpayer dollars, Hollywood is teaming up with Planned Parenthood in an effort to promote Obamacare.
Cruz: Republican Senator Ted Cruz of Texas told CNN that the fight to defund Obamacare goes on despite the deal struck in Washington last week to reopen the government. Cruz also said the latest effort to defund Obamacare failed because Republicans didn’t unite.
Billy Graham: AP reporter Steve Coleman reports on the Reverend Billy Graham's upcoming 95th birthday.
Legal Docket: The Sequel Season
TW&E legal-affairs correspondent Mary Reichard discusses two cases of particular importance: one having to do with the reach of American courts over foreign events and another dealing with race as a criterion for college admissions.
U.S. military moving forward with ‘Iron Man’ suit, liquid armor
Technology correspondent Michael Cochrane reports on the Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit (TALOS), along with developments in highly protective liquid armor. Learn more here.
Dollars and sense
WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith discusses Washington’s just-completed budget deal and Wall Street’s fall “earnings season.”