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The Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers play for the top prize in basketball tonight. Slate's Mike Pesca shares his thoughts on the upcoming game with NPR's Rachel Martin.

In 1966, Martin Luther King Jr. visited Chicago to fight for fair and open housing. NPR's Michel Martin and WBEZ examined the state of activism in Chicago around fair housing and other issues today.

When Rabbi Shmuel Herzfeld of the Ohev Sholom synagogue heard about the massacre at a gay nightclub in Orlando, he decided to show solidarity by taking his congregation to a gay bar in D.C.

Queer 2.0 host Jacob Tobia, pediatric nurse Alexis Joy Agsaulio, and etiquette writer Steven Petrow talk about how the LGBTQ community is processing the shooting in Orlando, and social media reaction.

In a recent poll, both Democrats and Republicans expressed low levels of trust in their party's nominating process for presidential candidates. We hear from voters around the country.

After the mass shooting at a gay nightclub some Orlando residents looked for ways to help families of the injured. An LGBT center has become inundated with donations of food and other items.

Vigils, memorials and funerals are now happening several times a day around central Florida after last weekend's shooting. Nineteen of the 53 people injured remain hospitalized.

After interviewing dozens of people who knew Omar Mateen, investigators say his profile is more like that of a "typical mass shooter" than an individual radicalized by ISIS.

While the investigation continues, officials say it is possible the shooter in this week's attack on an Orlando gay nightclub mentioned ISIS to cover for the real reason for the attack.

Led Zeppelin's Robert Plant and Jimmy Page were in court this week answering charges of copyright infringement. Forensic musicologist Joe Bennett and NPR's Scott Simon discuss.

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