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Top Stories: Supreme Court Health Care Ruling Watch; Syrian Pilot Defects

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Reminder: Supreme Court's Health Care Ruling Possible Today.

Syrian Fighter Jet Lands In Jordan, Pilot Reportedly Seeks Asylum.

Sanford, Fla. Police Chief Fired Over Handling Of Trayvon Martin Shooting Case. (Orlando Sentinel)

Egyptian Election Officials Delay Results Of Presidential Vote. (Washington Post)

Explosive Material Discovered Near A Swedish Nuclear Plant, Security Tightened. (BBC)

Closing Arguments Set For Today In Sandusky Sex Abuse Trial. (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Record Heat Expected In East On The First Full Day Of Summer. (AP)

Duluth, Minn. Gets 10 Inches Of Rain In One Day, Suffers Massive Flooding. (Minnesota Public Radio)

American Artist LeRoy Neiman Dies At 91, Painted Sports Scenes, Athletes, Olympics. (Reuters)

Video Of Bullied Elderly Bus Monitor Generates Outrage, Donations. (Rochester Democrat And Chronicle)



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