"Implementation Day" for Iran will come once the country takes steps to shrink and open up its nuclear program to verification.
NPR's Carrie Kahn gives an update on the capture of drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzmán and actress Kate Del Castillo's role in the secret meeting between "El Chapo" and actor Sean Penn.
To get, and keep, students on track, teachers are trying a different method of classroom management called No-Nonsense Nurturing.
Back in the '80s, Ghanaian theater went dark under military curfew. Now, a dapper businessman-turned-playwright is leading an on-stage revival — and doing it with a sense of humor.
NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with Helen Ellis, author of the book American Housewife. The book of short stories begins with the line - "Inspired by Beyonce, I stallion walk to the toaster."
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Adam Skolnick about his new book about the extreme sport of freediving. It's called One Breath, and it focuses on the death in 2013 of freediver Nick Mevoli.
The Netflix hit show "Making of a Murderer" and the podcast "Serial" have brought up old cases that gathered dust for years. NPR's Rachel Martin talks with Deidre Enright, head of The Innocence Project and featured in Season One of Serial, about what it means to re-litigate select cases.
Sea lion poop is frustrating residents in the San Diego neighborhood of La Jolla who pay top dollar for their ocean views. But fixing the problem isn't as simple as just scraping off the waste.
NPR's Rachel Martin spoke with Brad Duke a few years ago about his $220 million lottery win in 2005. We called him back this week because numbers for the biggest Powerball jackpot were drawn Saturday.
George R.R. Martin hasn't finished his latest book in time for the sixth TV season. NPR's Rachel Martin talks with Amy Sullivan and Spencer Kornhaber of the Atlantic's 'Game of Thrones' roundtable.