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When your Peeps have gone stale, it's time to donate their marshmallow bodies to science — specifically, for measuring the speed of light.
A Senate committee voted for a bill that gives Congress a review of the Iran nuclear accord. The president had threatened to veto such a bill but it was amended to address some of his objections.
It was a day of demonstrations in cities across the nation on Tuesday. The turnout and tone of the protests, organized with the Black Lives Matter movement, were varied.
Hillary Clinton says she's running for president because "Americans and their families need a champion." She's trying to convey that message on her first trip to Iowa since announcing her candidacy.
On Tuesday's program, we offered some tried but apparently no longer true advice for listeners who drive. We explain why "9 and 3" is the new "10 and 2."
Jail terms were given to most Atlanta educators, who were convicted this month of conspiring to cheat on state tests to earn raises and bonuses. Steve Inskeep talks to Rachel Aviv of The New Yorker.