Taunya English attends a rally of opponents of the Obama administration’s birth control coverage mandate. We hear the reasons behind the rejection of a New Jersey State Supreme Court nominee, and a report about the Philadelphia Health Department’s new regulations for groups that serve food outdoors to the hungry. An expert in canon law discusses the upcoming child sexual abuse trial in Philadelphia with Elizabeth Fiedler. Kevin McCorry visits South Philadelphia High School, where the popular book “The Hunger Games” is getting more kids into reading. Peter Crimmins has a preview of this week’s bicentennial celebration at the Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences. Frank Newport, Editor-in-Chief of the Gallup Poll, talks about Americans’ opinions on energy issues.