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News reports from Iran say Washington Post Tehran bureau chief Jason Rezaian will be tried for espionage, 10 months after his arrest. Renee Montagne talks to Iranian-Canadian journalist Maziar Bahari.
Over the weekend, 4,750 ukulele players traveled from all over French Polynesia to Tahiti to play "Bora Bora E." The attempt is being verified to see if the record was broken
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee will review bill Tuesday that intends to give Congress a voice on the Iran nuclear agreement.
Four men who worked for the private military security firm formerly known as Blackwater were handed decades-long sentences Monday in connection with a shooting in Baghdad that left 17 civilians dead.
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks to Dana Goldstein, a staff writer at the Marshall Project, about the Atlanta educators receiving sentencing Monday in what is considered to be one of the largest cheating scandals in American education. She says such actions by teachers to make test scores look better is quite common.
A group of Harvard University students are calling for the school to sell off its investments in fossil fuel companies. Protesters began blocking the entrance to the main administration building Sunday night.