Same-Sex Marriage: Who Should Decide?

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As the US Supreme Court considers same-sex marriage, Justice Anthony Kennedy is considered the "swing vote." Today, he was the first to ask if the court should wait to assess the impact of sudden change on an age-old institution.  We'll hear about a court session with historic implications.

Also, President Obama and Prime Minister Abe address US-Japanese relations at White House. On today's Talking Point, the President denounces both the violence in Baltimore — and police abuse against people in poverty.  

Photo: Mark Fischer