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The Supreme Court dealt President Obama a major blow today on immigration reform. The high court blocked Obama’s executive order on anti-deportation.

The decision was split 4-4, affirming the ruling of the lower court that said Obama was overstepping his bounds by bypassing the legislative branch.

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LeBron James

LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers celebrated their come-from-behind win over the Golden State Warriors to win the Cleveland’s 1st NBA title.

Thousands lined the streets of downtown Cleveland to celebrate with King James, his family and his teammates. It was the largest parade Cleveland has ever seen.

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Gladys Knight

State and city authorities raided all 3 locations of Gladys Knight’s popular Chicken and Waffles restaurants in Atlanta on Tuesday.

The AJC.com reports that agents from the Georgia Department of Revenue raided the locations in connection with an investigation by the GDR.

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Wendy Bell

A Pittsburgh anchorwoman who was fired for making racially insensitive comments on Facebook is suing her former employer for violating her civil rights.

Wendy Bell is suing WTAE TV for sacking her in March after her Facebook post about the Wilkinsburg BBQ mass murders went viral.

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Bridget Shiel

The AJC.com reports a $10,000 reward is being offered in the case of a naked woman who was shot and dumped in a park last month.

Atlanta police and a councilwoman are offering a combined $10,000 reward for the killers of Bridget Shiel, 19, who was found in a city park on May 31.

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Loretta Lynch

The FBI plans to release the transcripts of calls to 911 and negotiations between Orlando gunman Omar Mateen and Orlando police.

But Obama’s Attorney General Loretta Lynch ordered the FBI to edit out any references Mateen made to “Islamic terrorism” from the transcripts.

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Disney gator attack

Disney World erected a temporary wood and rope barrier around the Seven Seas Lagoon where 2-year-old Lane Graves was dragged to his death by an alligator.

Workers were seen erecting the fence near Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, where Lane was killed at the man-made beach Tuesday night.

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