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NPR gets the back story of the years-long negotiations that produced the Iran nuclear deal from journalist Robin Wright. She's traveled to Tehran and spoken with negotiators on both sides of the deal.
The U.S. golfing phenom won the first two majors of the year, and this weekend he goes for a third at the British Open. It's an achievement that Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Tiger Woods.
Not everyone is cheering the nuclear agreement between world powers and Iran. Among the critics is Saeed al Batal, a Syrian photographer who decries Iran's support of President Bashar al-Assad.
Renee Montagne hears about the latest Iranian reaction to the nuclear deal from the Carnegie Endowment's Karim Sadjadpour, who explains what this means for Iran's future as a regional power.
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu calls the Iran nuclear deal a "historic mistake for the world." NPR's David Greene asks him if Israel is really looking for regime change in Tehran.
A seven-story tall tower of snow, piled up during New England's record winter, finally finished melting on Tuesday.