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A Chicago chef tired of the kitchen grind moved his family off the grid to join an Amish community in Maine. He's now selling charcuterie and cheese from a cabin in the woods.

For many people, the blame for the tap water contamination in Flint, Mich., lies with Gov. Rick Snyder. Despite his apologies for the state's missteps, calls for his resignation have been growing.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Gov. Martin O'Malley debate Sunday in Charleston, S.C. The Democratic race has is close between Clinton and Sanders.

The federal government is stepping up its deportation raids, though authorities say criminals are the priority. Still, the actions are sending a chill through the Central American immigrant community.

The U.S. imposed new sanctions on Iran just hours after three Americans released as part of a prisoner swap made their way to Europe. What does this spell for relations between the two countries?

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.

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 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.

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.

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