U.S.-Iran NPR's Mike Shuster reports on differing views within the Bush administration about whether to change United States' policy towards Iran. Until last week, the U.S. and Iran engaged in diplomatic talks aimed at reducing tensions between the two countries. But there's increasing American concern that Iran is developing nuclear weapons and that Tehran continues to support terrorist groups, such as al Qaeda.
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NPR's Mike Shuster reports on differing views within the Bush administration about whether to change United States' policy towards Iran. Until last week, the U.S. and Iran engaged in diplomatic talks aimed at reducing tensions between the two countries. But there's increasing American concern that Iran is developing nuclear weapons and that Tehran continues to support terrorist groups, such as al Qaeda.