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Trump Looks To Congress To Fix 'Flaws' In Iran Nuclear Deal Rachel Martin talks to Michael Anton, spokesman for President Trump's National Security Council, about the Iran nuclear deal. NPR's Scott Detrow weighs in on what Anton had to say.
Tim Horton's Coffee Shops In Buffalo Offer A 'Spicy' Latte To celebrate the introduction of lattes to their menu, two locations in Buffalo, N.Y., are offering special Buffalo spice lattes — the same savory spice concoction found on buffalo chicken wings.
Truck Bomb In Somalia's Capital Kills And Injures Hundreds Of People The government's latest figures show more than 300 people were killed in Mogadishu in what is being described as one of the deadliest terrorist attacks in the country's history.
Iowa Tries To Prevent Health Insurance Premiums From Escalating The White House has canceled a subsidy to insurance companies. Iowa's Health Insurance Commissioner Doug Ommen discusses the state's plan that seeks to lower costs for tens of thousands of residents.
Iraqi Forces Invade Kurdish City Of Kirkuk After Independence Vote Iraqi forces have launched an operation to take Kurdish-held oil fields and a military base near Kirkuk. Rachel Martin speaks with reporter Fazel Hawramy in Iraq.
Puerto Rico Health Officials Worry About Contaminated Water Effects It's been nearly a month since Hurricane Maria ripped across Puerto Rico. Nearly a third of the island still lacks potable water which is raising health concerns.
Senate Leadership Fund Fights Attacks On Establishment Candidates Breitbart News' Steve Bannon says he'll support GOP candidates who promise to vote against Sen. Mitch McConnell. Steven Law, of the Senate Leadership Fund, backs establishment GOP Senate candidates.
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