Supreme Court Rulings: A Watershed Moment for Civil Rights?

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The US Supreme Court is supposed to be the last word on the constitution and issues including voting rights and same-sex marriage. Have this week's decisions made history or has a divided court muddied the legal waters? Also, a retired general is suspected of leaking details on Stuxnet cyberattack, and in Brazil, the political elite is making concessions, but street protests are still going on. We hear about the depth of corruption.

Banner image: Ron Gerling (L) and Darrin Martin celebrate in San Francisco, California after the US Supreme Court's ruled on California's Proposition 8 and the federal Defense of Marriage Act on June 26, 2013. Photo: Noah Berger/Reuters



Warren Olney