Driving along a pockmarked road amid rocks and Joshua trees in a lonely southern California desert, religious controversy might be the last thing you'd expect to encounter.
And if you don't look too closely, you're likely to zip right past the focus of a hotly contested Supreme Court battle.
A federal judge has ordered the Mojave Cross, a war memorial erected by a veterans group 75 years ago, to be covered. It's boxed in plywood. Read full article »
CNN national correspondent Kate Bolduan contributed to this report