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A new round of talks for Iran nuclear deal begins Monday

Nuclear talks resume Monday between Iran and world powers in Vienna. The Biden administration has been trying to get the United States back into the 2015 nuclear agreement.

What to expect during the Iran-U.S. nuclear deal negotiations

NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks with U.S. Special Envoy for Iran Rob Malley about the next round of talks to revive the Iran nuclear deal.

Hundreds of Fedex packages thrown into a ravine

A sherriff in Alabama is investigating the incident.

This British man had a creative way of finding a new job

Haider Malik had trouble looking for a job the old fashioned way. So he bought a big poster board - taped up links to his resume - and set up shop at a busy train station in London.

A lesbian couple reminiscences on a pivotal Thanksgiving, 38 years ago

Mary Ostendorf and her spouse, Leslye Huff, remember coming out to their family on Thanksgiving Day, 1983.

Morning news brief

Europe and Asia are facing COVID-19 surges. Iran nuclear deal talks resume. And, Americans are buying more than ever.

What Biden's 'Build Back Better' plan can do for the nation

NPR's Steve Inskeep asks Sen Michael Bennett how Democrats are selling Build Back Better to their voters.

What's causing the COVID-19 surges in Europe and Asia

The surge in COVID-19 infections in Europe is being matched in South Korea. Like Germany, that country might be the victim of its own early success when the pandemic first started

New docuseries gives fans unprecedented access to The Beatles

NPR Music critic Ann Powers reviews a new docuseries called "The Beatles: Get Back". It centers around hours of unseen footage of Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr.

Pervis Payne is taken off of death row

A man who faced execution for a crime he maintains he did not commit is no longer on death row. A judge in Memphis vacated the death sentence for Pervis Payne this week. But his conviction remains.


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