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At Diner en Blanc ("Dinner in White"), people arrive dressed all in white. They bring their own food and, fittingly,” white wine. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Demonstrators congregate near the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday. Numerous rallies and events were planned to mark the second anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street movement, which targets income inequality and financial greed. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Young People Push Back Against Gender Categories

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The Italian Renaissance Garden in New York's botanical gardens is inspired by the garden in Padua, Italy, created in 1545. Margot Adler/NPR hide caption

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Growing The Latest In 16th-Century Medicine

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Safe cracker Elaad Israeli works the dial on an old safe found by the National Council of Women of the United States. Margot Adler/NPR hide caption

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Thousands Greet Summer With Sun Salutations In Times Square

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Anthony Weiner Tries To Put Indiscretions Behind Him

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Suzanne Hoogendijk, shown here in 2009, hid for two years with her mother in Amsterdam to escape the Nazis. Margot Adler/NPR hide caption

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Discovering A Family Member's Lost Time In Amsterdam

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Closing Arguments Begin In NYPD's 'Stop-And-Frisk' Lawsuit

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Protesters participate in a rally near the federal courthouse March 18 in New York. Lawyers for four men who say they were illegally stopped said many of the 5 million people stopped, questioned and sometimes frisked by police in the past decade were wrongly targeted because of their race. Seth Wenig/AP hide caption

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The original Naked Cowboy, Robert Burck (second from right), shows off with new naked cowfolk, from left, Karen Munos, Titus Gandy, Alejandra Quinones and Patricia Burck in New York's Times Square. Margot Adler/NPR hide caption

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Times Square's Naked Cowboy Wrangles Some Co-Workers

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