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What will the U.S.-Iran nuclear relationship look like going forward? The two nations can't escape their bitter history; the question is how to add to it.

In 2015, mobile games revenues are expected to hit more than $30 billion worldwide. Apple wants these casual gamers to play their mobile games on its streaming TV console.

A handful of states are refusing to name both parents from a same-sex couple on a birth certificate, even though its among the benefits named in the Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage.

Renee Montagne talks with Rep. Andre Carson, D-Ind., one of two Muslim members of Congress, about recent comments by Republican presidential candidates Ben Carson and Donald Trump about Muslims.

Kamal says he was a chef and caterer in Damascus before the Arab Spring. He talks with David Greene about his harrowing experience fleeing with his family, and their hopes for a new life in Houston.

The pope spent his first full day in Cuba giving a mass to crowds gathered in Havana's Revolution Plaza, meeting the former president and speaking with Cuba's youth.

There are dozens of ways to slice and dice all the data in the Obama Administration's new college scorecard. Here are three.

Moringa is being touted as the newest superfood. But people in Asia and Africa have been eating it for years. And now there's renewed interest in the tree's ability to feed poor communities.

It's the only nonsurgical permanent birth control option approved by the FDA. But thousands of women have complained of serious side effects including severe pain, heavy bleeding and depression.

A Connecticut teen who has enough credits to graduate from high school is still eligible for specialized services. The school district and his family are battling over what the services should be.




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