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All Things Considered for June 20, 2010

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, pictured during a May 18 appearance on Fox & Friends, sees similarities between this year's midterm elections and those of 1994. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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Gingrich Plots GOP Comeback Against 'Radical' Obama

Gingrich Plots GOP Comeback Against 'Radical' Obama

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Explorer Bart Hogan stands at an entrance to the Cheve cave in Mexico. Author James M. Tabor writes about a 2004 expedition through the Cheve supercave in his new book Blind Descent. Frank Abbato hide caption

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A 'Blind Descent' Into The Deepest Caves On Earth

A 'Blind Descent' Into The Deepest Caves On Earth

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Mary Gauthier just released The Foundling, an album in which she tries to make piece with the woman who gave her up for adoption. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Mary Gauthier Channels Heartache In 'The Foundling'

Mary Gauthier Channels Heartache In 'The Foundling'

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All Things Considered for June 19, 2010

Following an interfaith service in Grand Isle, La., people gather at a berm overlooking the ocean and hold hands. Tamara Keith/NPR hide caption

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In Wake Of Spill, Louisiana Residents Feel Helpless

In Wake Of Spill, Louisiana Residents Feel Helpless

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William-Henry Ireland forged hundreds of documents and passed them off as William Shakespeare originals. After his confession, he went on to publish a series of Gothic novels and some romantic poetry. Courtesy of Doug Stewart hide caption

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William-Henry Ireland's Great Shakespearean Hoax

William-Henry Ireland's Great Shakespearean Hoax

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In Recovery, Eminem opens up about his struggles with addiction and his newfound sobriety. Courtesy of artist hide caption

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Eminem Confronts His Inner Demons In 'Recovery'

Eminem Confronts His Inner Demons In 'Recovery'

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