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Legal Docket, Easter celebrations, Dollars and Sense, offbeat news
Today’s news and Legal Docket with Mary Reichard, updates on several cases at the Supreme Court, plus: Easter celebrations around the world, economic news from WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith, offbeat news reporter Albin Sadar discusses odd jobs, and more
Russia and Ukraine: The ceasefire between Ukraine and Russia seems to have come to an end. An Easter morning shootout at a checkpoint held by separatists in eastern Ukraine claimed the lives of 3 pro-Russian militants.
Budget: The Congressional Budget Office is not quite agreeing with the president about his 2015 budget.
Pro-life win: WORLD News Group’s Steve Jordahl reports on a big win for pro-life advocates in Colorado.
Creation debate: Ken Ham, founder of the Creation Museum in Kentucky, says the reactions to the debate with Bill Nye has been far greater than either expected.
Legal Docket: New York City churches, the marriage battle, civil disobedience, and protecting the unborn
Mary Reichard, legal-affairs correspondent for The World and Everything in It, provides updates on many different Supreme Court cases.
Easter around the world
See a round-up of Easter-related photos from across the globe.
Upbeat earnings on Wall Street, but job market still slow to recover
Warren Cole Smith covers financial news for WORLD News Group.
Odd jobs of bygone days
Albin Sadar covers offbeat news for The World and Everything in It.