In an interview with Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep, the Iranian president says there are some in his country who are skeptical the U.S. will live up to the bargain.
Refugee crises start as short-term emergencies, like Afghanistan in 1979. Then they become a challenge for decades — like Afghan refugees today, and perhaps Syrian refugees in the years to come.
The Army’s investigation produced a wealth of new information on why Bergdahl walked off his base in Afghanistan in 2009. The major general who led the inquiry recommended against a prison sentence.
Republican Sen. Ted Cruz told the crowd that if the Iran deal goes through, the Obama administration will be the “world’s leading financier of radical Islamic terrorism.”
Migrants from as far away as Afghanistan have been placed behind barbed wire in detention camps in Hungary. NPR’s Lauren Frayer visits a camp where the numbers — and the frustrations — keep growing.
With three more Democrats announcing Tuesday they were backing the accord, it gave supporters enough votes to prevent the passage of a disapproval resolution.
On Twitter, over email lists, and in wry internal reports, journalists complained about a lack of legitimate opportunities to question the administration’s policies.
Alaska has the third lowest graduation rate in the country for Alaska Native and American Indian students — about 51 percent in the 2010-11 school year.
Everyone has a story to tell, but it may not be the story you’d expect. An Anchorage non-profit called StoryWorks is helping teenagers find their stories.
Without the VA facilities and representatives, information has a hard time reaching vets in bush Alaska.