Today in the News: Supreme Court appears to side with religious groups in Obamacare case
News to know
The U.S. Supreme Court today heard arguments in a case brought by religious companies that object to the birth control stipulation in the Affordable Care Act, and they appeared to side with the companies. Religious companies such as Hobby Lobby object to the rule that says companies of a certain size must provide birth control in insurance plans. The groups say they consider some birth control methods abortion. A ruling will come later.
Quote of note
"Illegal actions by these publishers forced consumers in New York and across the nation to pay artificially inflated prices for e-books." - New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman in a statement today about a settlement from Amazon.com that resulted in many customers getting an email about a credit. The credit depends on what state you live in and what e-books you bought. A total of $166 million was credited to customers, who have a year to use their credit.
Hot video: First lady Michelle Obama learns tai chi
On today's "First Look," Bloomberg's Adam Johnson highlights the photos illustrating headlines from around the world.
More Content Now News