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Gay Marriage Declared Illegal in NY

New York's highest court rules that same sex marriage is not allowed under state law. And, just hours later, Georgia's Supreme Court reinstates the state's constitutional ban on gay marriage.

Balanchine's Stradivarius

George Balanchine referred to her as "my Stradivarius." And, indeed, one name--Suzanne Farrell, Balanchine's last and greatest muse--is inseparable from the story of American ballet.

London Bombings--"Only the Beginning"

On the eve of the one year anniversary of the London terrorist bombings, one of the bombers who struck the city's transit system appears in a video saying the attacks were "only the beginning."

Bush Meets with Canadian PM

President Bush spends his 60th birthday today meeting with his northern counterpart, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

Provocative Places

A Newfoundland village named... Dildo? Not as bizarre as it sounds. Author and Syracuse University geography professor, Mark Monmonier, explains why in his latest book.

This program aired on July 6, 2006.

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