On a day that sanctions were lifted on Iran, for its compliance with last July's international nuclear agreement, Iran also released five American prisoners. The U.S. released seven Iranians, as well.
The Iran prisoner exchange was not an easy decision at the White House. NPR's Scott Horsley talks about some of the factors at play.
Arthur MacMillan is the Tehran deputy bureau chief at Agence France-Presse. He gives some insight about how the prisoner swap and nuclear deal is being perceived in Iran.
NPR's Sonari Glinton tells Michel Martin about week one of the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
U.S. officials have confirmed that Iran has released four Americans - including Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian. Scott Simon talks with NPR's Peter Kenyon what it means for US-Iran relations.
Secretary of State John Kerry is in Vienna this morning, and Iranian state media are reporting the release of four Iranian-American prisoners. It may be part of a deal with Iran to lift sanctions.
The Rams will be moving back to the L.A. area after more than 20 years in St. Louis. What would you do if your favorite sports team relocated? Would you stay loyal or choose a new team to cheer for?
The new stadium planned for the Los Angeles Rams will be among the most sophisticated in the NFL. But what does the deal bring to a city that was without a team for more than 20 years?
As a result of Jon Kalish's piece last Saturday on the obscure Yiddish musician known as Prince Nazaroff, a relative and a genealogist have stepped forward to provide more details about the man.
Coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady deservedly get a lot of praise for the success of the New England Patriots. But there's another name crucial to the organization that not many know.