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Iranian Moderates Make Big Gains In Parliamentary Elections

Final results are trickling in from elections the first since last year's nuclear deal that began last week. So far, they're a stunning blow to Iran's hardliners.

Craig Windham, NPR Newscaster, Dies

Windham was an award-winning journalist with the writing chops to tell even the most complex story in 40 seconds. But he was also a professional counselor who worked with adolescents.

As Evangelicals Lose Faith In Cruz, His Campaign Could Be Beyond Resurrection

In important Super Tuesday states with a high number of born-again voters, Ted Cruz is losing to Donald Trump and Marco Rubio is eating into his support with evangelicals.

For Clinton, Winning Is Nice But Delegates Are Better

Ahead of Super Tuesday, there's less drawing contrasts Bernie Sanders and more talk of "breaking down barriers" and "love and kindness."

Watch Live: South Korean Lawmakers' Filibuster Is Now In Its Seventh Day

Opposition legislators have now spoken for some 150 hours straight, holding up a bill that would give new surveillance powers to South Korea's spy agency.

Denmark's New Grocer Is Selling Expired Food, And It's A Hit

Shoppers are flocking to a Copenhagen supermarket hawking perfectly edible but unsalable food items at a steep discount to the general public. It's the country's latest effort to fight food waste.

Ahead Of Super Tuesday And After A Big Loss, Sanders Lowers Expectations

In stump speeches since his loss in South Carolina, Bernie Sanders has taken shots at Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. He has also seemed to temper his talk of political revolution.

How Bernie Sanders Could Win Super Tuesday ... Or Lose Really Badly

An NPR analysis finds one very rosy scenario for Sanders in which he comes out with the majority of pledged delegates. But the possible results range from Sanders plus-1 to Clinton plus-151.

36 People Killed In Coal Mine Explosions And Fire, Russia Says

The explosions, which occurred over several days, are being blamed on a buildup of methane gas. When the first one shook the mine in the Komi Republic in northwest Russia, 111 miners were underground.

#OscarsSoWhite? Not At This School

Ahead of the Oscars, school kids on Milwaukee's west side decided to pay tribute to African-American cultural icons in their own awards ceremony.