Aid arrived in the besieged town of Madaya, as well as two other towns, on Monday. Meanwhile, the U.N. is drawing attention to the hundreds of thousands of Syrians they still can't reach.
President Barack Obama addresses the nation, following the lifting of sanctions on Iran. NPR's Scott Horsley and Deb Amos join host Rachel Martin to discuss what the president says.
For reaction to the news that economic sanctions on Iran have ended, NPR's Rachel Martin speaks to the New York Times' correspondent in Tehran, Thomas Erdbrink.
President Obama has spoken to the nation about the Iran nuclear deal. NPR's Rachel Martin speaks to White House Correspondent Scott Horsley about what the president said.
NPR's Rachel Martin chats with Mike Pesca, host of Slate's The Gist about football games this weekend, and a certain quarterback who's in the playoffs.
NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with Jens Spahn, a member of the German Parliament, about sentiments towards migrants in his country since the terrorist attacks in Paris, and the New Years Eve violence in Cologne.
UNICEF's Dr. Rajia Sharhan traveled to the Syrian city Madaya with one of the first convoys in months getting to town to deliver food and medicine. She describes the suffering to NPR's Rachel Martin.
NPR's Rachel Martin speaks to the New York Times correspondent in Tehran, Thomas Erdbrink.
Brett Fletcher Lauer was lost after his divorce and began posting fake "missed connections" on Craigslist. NPR's Rachel Martin talks to him about his book "Fake Missed Connections."
Certain economic sanctions will be lifted in Iran, but there are critics of the nuclear deal in surrounding countries and in the U.S. NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with NPR's Peter Kenyon about their reaction.