- Republican leaders in Mississippi are criticizing the Supreme Court's decision to let consumers continue receiving a subsidy that reduces out-of-pocket costs through the federal health insurance marketplace.
- A unanimous U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in favor of an Arizona church over a town's sign law that set tougher rules for signs that direct people to Sunday church services than for signs for political candidates and real estate agents.
- With the 2015 hurricane season underway, the Federal Emergency Management Agency has launched a National Flood Insurance Program call center pilot program to help policyholders with claims.
- The U.S. government's auto safety agency admits that it didn't understand technology and wasn't skeptical enough to root out the General Motors ignition switch problem for more than a decade.
- Federal authorities say the pilot of a small plane radioed air traffic controllers, saying he was struggling to gain altitude seconds before slamming into a metro Atlanta freeway May 8.
- Lots of tears were shed Thursday at Temple Baptist Church in Hattiesburg. But there were smiles mixed in as people remembered Police Officer Benjamin Deen as a family man who loved his job.
- Deep-water drilling is set to resume near the site of the catastrophic BP PLC well blowout that killed 11 workers and caused the nation's largest offshore oil spill five years ago off the coast of Louisiana.
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