8 Things You Need To Know This AM — Jun 25 2015

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The Supreme Court has two big decisions on the way — one could gut Obamacare, another could legalize gay marriage in all 50 states — and they could come as soon as this morning. (SCOTUS Blog)
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We'll also learn today whether the court will take a big case on abortion rights, which could have a huge impact on our right to choose. (MSNBC)
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal joined the (very crowded) race for president. There are now 13 Republicans. (BBC)
Two Vanderbilt University students who were convicted of raping an unconscious classmate, will be released from jail after the judge declared a mistrial. (AP)
Hundreds of people paid their respects to Rev. Clementa C. Pinckney, the pastor who was killed in last week's church shooting. (Post and Courier)
The Governor of Alabama quietly removed the Confederate flag from that state's Capitol building — a day after South Carolina began debating doing the same. (NPR)
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The U.S. apparently spied on three French presidents, even listening into their phone calls. The French, of course, are angry. (Reuters)
A jury awarded a man half a million dollars after he was mocked by his anesthesiologist during a colonoscopy. The man accidentally recorded the taunts while he was sedated. (AP)
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