Recording artist Taylor Swift performs during The 1989 World Tour live at Heinz Field on June 6, 2015 in Pittsburgh, Pa.
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President Obama’s signature health care law won a victory at the Supreme Court, Taylor Swift came out on top in a fight with Apple and states in the South took action against the Confederate battle flag. Test your knowledge of these big stories and more with this week’s news quiz. 

Chief Justice John Roberts wrote the majority opinion of the 6-3 ruling. 

More statistics from the NBC/WSJ poll here.

This comedian described the president as “just a guy.”

In the letter, Swift denounced Apple’s plan to not pay artists during a free trial period for its music streaming service. Within hours, Apple had caved and promised to pay artists.

The escapees, Richard Matt and David Sweat, have not been found. However, there have been many leads directing investigations to areas near the Adirondack Mountains.

Haley’s call to remove the flag followed the tragic massacre that took place at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina, where nine people were killed.

Forecasters have predicted the storm system is headed toward the Northeast region of the U.S., including areas stretching from New England to Ohio Valley.

Additionally, the report concluded that Gray suffered a single “high-energy injury,” most likely caused when the police van decelerated. 



The main finding from the report is that white households recovered much faster from the Great Recession than black households. 



Hollywood is remembering Horner as a talented composer and a good friend. 



The bill will also ban the sale, purchase or use of electronic cigarettes for those under 21. 

Affordable Care Act, Apple, Barack Obama and Obamacare

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