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Supreme Court's Same-Sex Marriage Ruling: A Reaction

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Breaking Down A Legal Landmark: The Justices' Opinions In Obergefell V. Hodges

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Today At The High Court, A Triumph For Gay Rights Advocates

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Supreme Court Rules That All States Must Allow Same-Sex Marriages

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Obama Addresses Supreme Court Ruling Upholding Subsidies

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In rural North Dakota, where Melanie Hoffert grew up on her family farm, discussing subjects like homosexuality and same-sex marriage is often considered taboo. Courtesy of Beacon Press hide caption

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A North Dakota Family Breaks The Silence On Gay Marriage

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Joel Heitkamp smiles while broadcasting in 2009 at AM radio station KFGO in Fargo, N.D. Elaine Thompson/AP hide caption

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Radio Connects North Dakota Residents Divided On Gay Rights

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NHL Aims To Include More Minority Players To Expand Fan Base

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The small town of Wahpeton, N.D., is one of the places where conversations on same-sex marriage are playing out in schools, churches and families. Maggie Penman/NPR hide caption

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What We Talk About When We Talk About Gay Marriage

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Yemen's Deteriorating Stability Makes It A Perfect Home For Al-Qaida

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Seattle Public Transportation Has Gone to The Dogs — Well, One Dog

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Kent Haruf, Author Of Moving, Colorado-Set Novels, Dies At 71

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George W. Bush's Book Reflects On Moscow, Ukraine's Revolution

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With Shift From Ukraine To Russia, Crimea's Business And Pleasure Uprooted

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Valentin Danilov, 83, is a former executive officer on a Soviet sub who proudly wears his old Soviet military uniform. Crimeans like Danilov have, without changing their residence, lived in three different countries in the past 25 years — the Soviet Union, then Ukraine and now Russia. Max Avdeev for NPR hide caption

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