'Nightline' Daily Line, June 28: SCOTUS Upholds Individual Mandate

Possesed: The Modern Exorcism
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6:28 p.m. ET: Colorado wildfires have burned hundreds of homes, reports the AP.

It's one of the worst wildfires in the history of the American West. As of mid-day today, the fire was only 5% contained and has already cost $3.2 million to fight.

Read the full story HERE

5:34 p.m. ET: Here's something truly frightening…

A Virginia woman came to a priest to be purged of her "evil spirits" in 2008 but claims the priest repeatedly molested her during the two-year exorcism that followed.

Read the full story HERE.

"Nightline" Terry Moran interviewed a different woman last summer who claimed she was once possessed by demons and described what it was like:

3:30 p.m. ET: Yikes. Not only did President Obama first hear the news about the Supreme Court ruling on the health care law from cable TV, the first report he heard was wrong.

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ABC News' senior White House correspondent Jake Tapper reports that the president was standing outside of the Oval Office when he saw graphics on the screens of the first two cable news networks to break the news - CNN and Fox News Channel - announcing, wrongly, that he had lost.

Read Jake's story about what happened HERE.

12:58 p.m. ET: Contrary to reports, Charlie Sheen did not trash a Ritz-Carlton hotel room during his recent trip to New York, according to a statement to ABC News from the hotel.

Read the full details HERE.

Credit: Jim Spellman/Getty Images

Sheen was breathtakingly honest about his wild, bad boy past with "Nightline," but eager to turn over a new leaf:

11:44 a.m. ET: Watch Terry's debrief on the SCOTUS decision HERE:

10:50 a.m. ET: SCOTUS also rules to strike down Stolen Valor, meaning you can lie about military service. Developing story HERE.

10:31 a.m. ET: "Nightline anchor Terry Moran reading the SCOTUS decision on the health care law:

10:09 a.m. ET: BREAKING NEWS: Supreme Court announces decision on Obama's health care law, and rules 5-4 to uphold the individual insurance mandate.

Read the story as it develops HERE.

9:55 a.m. ET: "Nightline" anchor Terry Moran at the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., preparing to go live for a special report on its ruling on the health care law:

Credit: Mary Marsh/ABC

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