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Law

A Supreme Court Clash Between Artistry And The Rights Of Gay Couples

A baker says being forced by Colorado law to make wedding cakes for same-sex couples would violate his First Amendment rights. The couple says the baker can't discriminate against them.

Sunset Arch rises from a sagebrush and slickrock flat in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in Utah. Howard Berkes/NPR hide caption

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Was It 'Illegal' For Trump To Shrink Utah's Monuments? The Battle Begins

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The prize-winning trio mix their Maori culture with heavy metal. Lisa Crandall/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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This New Zealand Band Is Trying To Save Maori Culture One Head Banger At A Time

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Space

Making Pizza In Space

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Making Pizza In Space

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A Long Island teen accused of being an MS-13 gang member holds a medal he won in immigration detention. A judge has ruled there's not enough evidence to hold him. Sarah Gonzalez/NPR hide caption

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Teens Arrested On Gang Suspicion Are Released Due To Lack Of Evidence

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