'Nightline' Daily Line, June 25: SCOTUS Rejects Key Parts of Ariz. Immigration Law

4:50 p.m ET: Nadya Suleman, aka "octomom," has a new boyfriend.

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Suleman, who recently made headlines for becoming a porn star, is 13 years older than her 23-year-old bodybuilder beau, US Weekly reports.

Click here to see photos of the new couple and read the full story

2:29 p.m ET: A Kansas City, Mo., mother is behind bars, accused of keeping her 10-year-old daughter locked in a closet, not letting her come out to eat, sleep or even go to the bathroom.

Courtesy of ABC News

The girl weighed just 32 pounds and was diagnosed with "multiple healing skin injuries and failure to thrive." Read the full ABC News story here

12:53 p.m. ET: The Supreme Court ruled Monday that the Eighth Amendment forbids sentencing that mandates life in prison without possibility of parole for juvenile murderers.

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10:33 a.m. ET: BREAKING NEWS: SCOTUS announces rulings on illegal immigration and corporate campaign spending limits.

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ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION: Police officers in Arizona are allowed to check the immigration status of every person who is stopped or arrested, the Supreme Court ruled this morning. But the court struck down other key parts of the law.

This was a partial win for the Obama administration, which has opposed the controversial immigration bill passed in Arizona two years ago.

Read the full story HERE.

CAMPAIGN SPENDING: The Supreme Court on Monday reaffirmed its 2-year-old decision allowing corporations to spend freely to influence elections. The justices struck down a Montana law limiting corporate campaign spending.

Read the full story HERE.

9:41 a.m. ET: Tropical Storm Debby spun drenching rains Monday over northern Florida as it hung nearly stationary over the Gulf of Mexico, threatening to inundate low-lying neighborhoods, the Assocated Press reported.

As of 7 a.m. ET, Debby had winds up to 50 mph and was nearly stationary about 100 miles south of Apalachicola FL. About 25 tornadoes were reported over the weekend in Florida, claiming one fatality.

Credit: NOAA

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