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Legal Docket, Biblically inspired films, Dollars and Sense
Today’s news and Legal Docket with Mary Reichard, a discussion about Supreme Court cases involving the death penalty and high-speed police chases, plus: Steve Jordahl reports on the influx of Biblically-inspired movies, a look at the markets and economy with WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith, and more
Flight 370: Authorities around the world are searching for answers regarding the mysterious disappearance of a jetliner carrying nearly 240 people. The plane departed from Kuala Lumpur into clear skies on Friday, but it never arrived at its intended destination of Beijing.
Russian invasion: TW&E’s Jim Henry reports that the Obama administration believes that Russia is already paying a price for invading Ukraine.
GOP: Kentucky Senator Rand Paul and Texas Senator Ted Cruz share their visions for the Republican party on the Sunday TV talk shows.
Son of God: AP’s Steve Coleman reports that moviegoers are flocked to theaters over the weekend to see the new Bible epic Son of God.
Legal Docket: Death penalty, police pursuit, and Supreme Court decisions
Mary Reichard is legal-affairs correspondent for The World and Everything in It. In this segment, cases in front of the Supreme Court are discussed as well as decisions handed down by the High Court.
Biblically inspired films make a comeback
Steve Jordahl is a general assignment reporter for The World and Everything in It.
Dollars and sense: Ukraine scare, mixed bag of financial reports
WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith covers financial news for TW&E.