Iran Frees U.S. Student, Democratic Field Gets Less Diverse, Violence In Baghdad An American graduate student imprisoned in Tehran since 2016 was released today. We'll tell you about the prisoner exchange that led to his freedom. Plus, the Democratic primary field just got a lot whiter. What does that mean for voters? And violence against anti-government protesters in Baghdad stokes fears of a wider conflict.
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Iran Frees U.S. Student, Democratic Field Gets Less Diverse, Violence In Baghdad

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Iran Frees U.S. Student, Democratic Field Gets Less Diverse, Violence In Baghdad

Iran Frees U.S. Student, Democratic Field Gets Less Diverse, Violence In Baghdad

Iran Frees U.S. Student, Democratic Field Gets Less Diverse, Violence In Baghdad

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An American graduate student imprisoned in Tehran since 2016 was released today. We'll tell you about the prisoner exchange that led to his freedom. Plus, the Democratic primary field just got a lot whiter. What does that mean for voters? And violence against anti-government protesters in Baghdad stokes fears of a wider conflict.