Jim Riddle, former chairman of the National Organic Standards Board, and a blueberry farmer, just returned from a short trip to Iran. He was invited to talk about organic farming. He says Iran is interested in advancing its already robust organic industry.
Golshid Mola wanted to create a marketplace for the works of underground Iranian designers and artists. But American sanctions against Iran make her goal, and the goals of other Iranian American entrepreneurs, all but impossible.
How does one go about negotiating a complex and difficult topic such as the Iranian nuclear program? Anchor Marco Werman speaks with William Ury, co-founder of the Harvard Negotiation Project and co-author of "Getting to Yes."
Iran's parliament impeached science minister Reza Faraji-Dana this week over allegations of extremism stemming from the country's 2009 "Green Movement" protests. The sharply divided vote shows how the protests are still a powerful issue in Iranian politics.
With so much coverage granted to American and Israeli reactions to the Iranian nuclear deal, the Iranian reaction is easy to lose in the noise. We spoke to Iranian citizens both young and old to get a sense of how the Iranian people are interpreting the deal.
Iranian singer Sussan Deyhim contributed music to the new film "Argo." The film is set in Tehran during the US Embassy hostage crisis that followed the Iranian revolution. This is a time period that resonates with her even though she had left Iran.