Confederate Flag Politics, SCOTUS Rules on L.A. Hotels and Taylor Swift

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We start today with a look at the politics of the confederate flag. Why are politicians dodging questions about whether it should be removed from the grounds of the South Carolina state capitol? Then, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down decisions today on cases involving police searches at L.A. hotels and California raisin farmers. We get a roundup. Then, what happens when judges change their minds on rulings they’ve made? Next, Taylor Swift took on Apple and its new streaming service over the weekend in an open letter -- and won. What was the fight about and what does it mean for the music business? And finally, in our weekly TV roundup we discuss the highly anticipated second season debut of HBO’s True Detective.

Banner Image: A Confederate flag flies in front of the capitol building in Columbia, South Carolina; Credit: eyeliam