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All Things Considered for June 26, 2011

River Levels Peak In N.D. Town

River Levels Peak In N.D. Town

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The annual Gay Pride parade works its way along Christopher Street in Greenwich Village on Sunday. The parade became a victory celebration after New York's historic decision to legalize same-sex marriage. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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In New York, A Celebration Of Gay-Marriage Law

In New York, A Celebration Of Gay-Marriage Law

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Gabe Kaplan, star of Welcome Back Kotter, has been part of a long-standing, private poker game. He is now being sued for his winnings. Ethan Miller/Getty Images hide caption

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Lawsuit Targets Celebrity Poker Game

Lawsuit Targets Celebrity Poker Game

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Host Alex Trebek greets celebrity contestants on the set of Jeopardy! For non-celebrity contestants, fame means a 30-second personal anecdote after the first commercial break. Amanda Edwards/Getty Images hide caption

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What Story Would You Tell On Jeopardy?

What Story Would You Tell On Jeopardy?

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Golf, track, basketball ... Babe Didrikson Zaharias could do it all. Hulton Archive/Getty hide caption

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Remembering A 'Babe' Sports Fans Shouldn't Forget

Remembering A 'Babe' Sports Fans Shouldn't Forget

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Ida Maria's new album is called Katla. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Ida Maria: Seeing Red

Ida Maria: Seeing Red

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