The United States and Iran have been enemies since the 1979 Islamic Revolution. But our relationship with Iran is much more complicated. It goes back far longer than the fateful day the Ayatollah Khomeini returned from exile, or when Iranian students stormed the American embassy in Tehran.
Hostility between the US and Iran: How we got here
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How the US and Iran developed a fraught relationship
One of Donald Trump’s first public comments on foreign policy -- and a key insight into his stance on Iran -- was in 1980. He was a 34-year-old rising star in the world of...
US says Iran accidentally shot down a Ukranian plane, but Iran says no
U.S officials say they’re confident that an Iranian missile accidentally brought down a Ukranian plane.
Oakland mom on why she squatted in a vacant house
What would you do for a roof over your head if you became homeless? Dominique Walker of Oakland faced that reality. Her solution was to squat in someone else’s house.
Graffiti tells the history of marginalized communities in LA
Graffiti has been around for more than a century in LA, telling and tracing the city's history. Susan Phillips documents this in her new book, “The City Beneath."