Supreme Court Rules on Immigration and Affirmative Action

Two U.S. Supreme Court decisions out Thursday have major implications. First, the 4-4 tie on President Obama’s immigration plan effectively blocks the president’s actions protecting some 5 million undocumented immigrants from deportation. Then, the court’s decision to uphold affirmative action. In our regular web roundup, a look at how this week’s gun control sit-in by House Democrats played out on social media and more. Next up, the Oscar-winning filmmakers behind the new documentary “Unlocking the Cage” on the legal fight to give personhood to animals. And finally, Las Vegas is getting its first-ever professional, major league sports team. Photo: Demonstrators from the immigrant community advocacy group CASA carry signs as they march in the hopes of a ruling in their favor on decisions at the Supreme Court building in Washington, U.S. June 20, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst