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All Things Considered for June 16, 2013

Protesters gather outside the U.S. Capitol on Thursday to rally against the National Security Agency's recently detailed surveillance programs. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Privacy Past And Present: A Saga Of American Ambivalence

Privacy Past And Present: A Saga Of American Ambivalence

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Firearms designer John Browning submitted this design for the M1911 pistol to the U.S. Patent Office in September 1910. Courtesy William Morrow hide caption

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A Posthumous Tribute To Guns From A Sniper Shot To Death

A Posthumous Tribute To Guns From A Sniper Shot To Death

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Matthew Morrison's musical life didn't start on TV; the Glee star is a Tony-nominated stage actor. Where It All Began is his second album of show tunes and standards. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'Glee' Guy Matthew Morrison On His First Love: Broadway

'Glee' Guy Matthew Morrison On His First Love: Broadway

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