- Attorneys defending North Carolina's new elections law in a lawsuit have rested their case after presenting evidence they say shows that the new law is racially neutral and has no discriminatory intent.
- Federal authorities and police are investigating after Confederate battle flags were found around the Ebenezer Baptist Church and the Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change in Atlanta.
- Police say Neal Falls was killed by a prostitute who managed to wrestle his gun away from him and fire a shot to save her own life. Investigators now believe Falls could have been a serial killer.
- While the national ban on gay scout leaders is gone, effective immediately, local scouting units retain the ability to reject gay applicants for leadership positions if hiring them would violate the unit's religious beliefs.
- According to the National Institute of Mental Health's latest estimate, there were approximately 9.6 million adults in the U.S. experiencing serious mental illness over the previous year.
- Secretary of State John Kerry formally launched the annual U.S. assessment of how 188 governments around the world have performed in fighting the flesh trade and other forms of exploitative labor.
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