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The critics have already weighed in on Go Set A Watchman. Now regular readers have had a chance to assess Harper Lee's new book. We hear reactions from Lee's home state of Alabama.
The International Atomic Energy Agency can have 130 to 150 inspectors to keep tabs on Iran's nuclear program. The U.S. is paying the largest share, but probably won't have inspectors inside Iran.
The skull of Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau, who directed the vampire movie Nosferatu, has disappeared from his grave in Germany.
NPR's Ina Jaffe talks with Scott Simon about the White House Conference on Aging earlier this week. It's a one day conference held every 10 years.
Chad's disgraced former leader, Hissene Habre, goes to court on Monday, charged with crimes against humanity. The trial will be conducted in Dakar.
With the Tour de France now in its mountain stages, NPR's Scott Simon takes the opportunity to ask the man who knows everything, A.J. Jacobs, about all things cycling.