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At Cambridge City Hall in Boston, Marcia Kadish (left) and Tanya McCloskey exchange rings as they are married before Clerk D. Margaret Drury on May 17, 2004. They were the first couple to be married in Cambridge that morning. Dina Rudick/The Boston Globe via Getty Images hide caption

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The 1st Legally Married Same-Sex Couple 'Wanted To Lead By Example'

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"Youth is a powerful drug, you know? I was on a mission. So, yeah, I wasn't gonna let anything stop me," Ani DiFranco says. Danny Clinch/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Ani DiFranco Relives Her Indie Rock Rise: 'I Wanted A Different Kind Of Power'

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Dolores O'Riordan of The Cranberries performs at L'Olympia May 2017 in Paris. According to Cranberries member Noel Hogan, he and O'Riordan started emailing album ideas in June 2017. David Wolff-Patrick/Redferns/Getty Images hide caption

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The Cranberries' Final Album Celebrates The New Beginning Dolores O'Riordan Wanted

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"I sort of became this cocktail party version of myself where I felt like I had to play the role of 'happy girl'," Maggie Rogers says. Cameron Pollack/NPR hide caption

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Maggie Rogers Reintroduces Herself

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Southern Baptist Head Urges Evangelicals To Avoid Political Ideology Amid Crossroads

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Sports commentator Mike "Doc" Emrick waves to fans as he is presented with a jersey by the New Jersey Devils in 2012. Bill Kostroun/AP hide caption

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From 'Squirt' To 'Squib,' Mike 'Doc' Emrick's Verbal Mastery Makes Hockey More Vibrant

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"It doesn't matter how hard the subject is, make it danceable," Angélique Kidjo says. Danny Clinch/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Angélique Kidjo Connects Talking Heads With Her African Roots

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Janet Guthrie, 80, a retired professional race car driver, poses for a portrait during Legends Day at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Saturday. She is the first woman to qualify and compete in both the Indianapolis 500 and the Daytona 500. Meg Vogel for NPR hide caption

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Listen: Janet Guthrie On Making Indianapolis 500 History

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The Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program at the Pentagon was tasked with making sense of information from members of the military when they spotted unidentified flying objects. Daniel Slim/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'I Don't Know Where It's From': Former UFO Program Head On Navy Jet Footage

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Sally Hawkins and Octavia Spencer play cleaning ladies Elisa and Zelda in The Shape of Water. Photo Courtesy of Fox Searchlight/Twentieth Century Fox hide caption

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Guillermo Del Toro Says 'Shape Of Water' Is An Antidote For Today's Cynicism

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Want To Slow Global Warming? Researchers Look To Family Planning

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Quantum satellite "Micius" flies past the quantum teleportation experiment platform in Tibet. Chinese scientists have announced they successfully "teleported" information on a photon from Earth to space, spanning a distance of more than 300 miles. Jin Liwang/Xinhua News Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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Beam Me Up, Scotty ... Sort Of. Chinese Scientists 'Teleport' Photon To Space

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Imagine Dragons' new album, Evolve, is out now. Singer Dan Reynolds says it's more "minimalistic" and "colorful" than the band's first two records. Eliot Hazel/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Imagine Dragons On Catching Up To Rock Stardom

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