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The 2015 nuclear deal raised hopes that Iran might act in a more moderate fashion. But many of Iran's more provocative moves, including ballistic missile tests, aren't subject to the agreement.

President Trump has had a combative few days on Twitter, going after NBC and the organization's "license" to report news, and trading digs with Republican Sen. Bob Corker.

Last night was one of the worst in U.S. men's soccer history. An embarrassing loss to Trinidad and Tobago means the team will not make the World Cup for the first time since 1986. What happens now?

Emily Cocks lost her home to the Atlas Fire burning through Napa Valley in California. She speaks to NPR's Kelly McEvers about the moment she decided to leave and what she lost.

Kenya's opposition leader withdrew from the upcoming rerun of the recent presidential election, creating a constitutional crisis. Today, Kenya's courts allowed a distant contender to put his name on the ballot suggesting the Oct. 26 vote will happen.

Government agencies have a number of ways to get out their messages. There's press releases, news conferences and social media. And now, several cabinet departments are trying their hand at podcasts.

"We can't beat Trinidad," commentator Taylor Twellman said, before asking, "What are we doing? ... What are we doing?!?!"

A small number of Puerto Rico's schools have opened again. Two in San Juan are facing different challenges, but communities in both came together to provide a sense of normalcy for children.

Seventeen large wildfires have burned more than 115,000 acres in California since Sunday and destroyed at least 2,000 buildings. High winds are predicted to return Wednesday night.

Seventeen large wildfires have burned more than 115,000 acres in California since Sunday and destroyed at least 2,000 buildings. High winds are predicted to return Wednesday night.

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