The stone monument of the Ten Commandments that was toppled last month across from the U.S. Supreme Court has been restored and rededicated.
Religious and political leaders came together Tuesday for the ceremony.
The monument is set in front of the Christian outreach ministry Faith and Action, and it's angled so that justices arriving at the high court can see it.
Rep. Joe Wilson, R-S.C., said last month's toppling of the Ten Commandments was "gruesomely symbolic" evidence that "we are in a culture war."
Although security video captured images of two men vandalizing the monument, no arrests have been made.