Maryland approves a $5.6 billion dollar contract for the Purple Line. The D.C. Council reverses itself on pot clubs--again. And Virginia's governor vetoes a bill allowing parents to block explicit literature.
The latest on the Panama Papers. Greece deports a second round of migrants to Turkey. And the Pope signals a shift in tone on family life in the Roman Catholic Church. A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week's top international news stories.
Two major drug companies scrap a multibillion-dollar merger after the Treasury Department announces new federal tax rules. New efforts to discourage U.S. companies from moving their headquarters overseas for lower tax rates.
The Obama administration issued a new rule designed to safeguard retirement savings from costly and misguided investment advice. Some parts of the financial industry worked hard to block the rule, but it survived.
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