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Legal Docket, a muscle made with fishing line, Dollars and Sense
Today’s news and Legal Docket with Mary Reichard, a profile of four cases before the Supreme Court plus: technology correspondent Michael Cochrane discusses an artificial muscle made of fishing line, Dollars and Sense with Warren Cole Smith, and more
Russian invasion: Russia continued moving military forces into Ukraine over the weekend, surrounding Ukrainian military installations with tanks and troops and creating a tense standoff.
Obama’s budget: President Obama’s 2015 budget request will arrive on Capitol Hill tomorrow. The administration says it will pay for new spending by closing tax loopholes.
California budget: California’s Democrat Governor Jerry Brown talked about his state’s budget on NBC’s Meet the Press. He explained how he turned the state’s deficit into a surplus.
Lerner testimony: It appears as though former IRS official Lois Lerner is now prepared to testify on the IRS investigation.
Legal Docket: Search and seizure, death penalty, and executive-branch overreach
Legal-affairs correspondent Mary Reichard explains four recent cases before the U.S. Supreme Court.
An artificial muscle made with fishing line
Michael Cochrane is the science and technology correspondent for The World and Everything in It.
Dollars and sense
WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports on the market rebound, weather woes, and the financial calendar for the first week of March.