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A new year, a new Iran nuclear deal?

US President Donald Trump walked away from the Iran nuclear deal in 2018. As 2019 draws to an end, where does the deal stand and are we any closer to securing a stronger deal?

US lawmakers debate rules for Trump impeachment vote

Democrats and Republicans were set to grapple Tuesday starting at 11 a.m. ET over the rules of engagement for an historic vote in the House of Representatives, where President Donald Trump is likely to become the third US president to be impeached.

Global Politics

How does China’s Communist Party view Trump’s impeachment inquiry?

The Chinese Communist Party, or CCP, isn’t just keen to see members of the Trump administration squirm. The impeachment drama presents a golden opportunity to portray the United States as a nation tearing itself apart — while China, so the narrative goes, is a bastion of harmony and stability. But what might the Chinese politburo say about Trump’s impeachment inquiry behind closed doors?

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Morgellons

Washington Post reporter Brigid Schulte talks to Faith about the rise of a new and mysterious ailment known as Morgellons disease, a condition in which patients complain of strange, tiny fibers sprouting from their skin.

Global Politics

Bill Cahir

Faith talks to Bill Cahir, a former education reporter who joined the Marines after the September 11th attacks and is now running for Congress in Pennsylvania.

Global Politics

Bill Cahir

Faith talks to Bill Cahir, a former education reporter who joined the Marines after the September 11th attacks and is now running for Congress in Pennsylvania.

Arts, Culture & Media

Pope's cologne

Faith talks to Dr. Fred Haas, a family doctor from San Rafael, California, about the cologne he created based on a recipe from Pope Pius IX.

Environment

For whom the roads toll

One of the ways Congress is considering raising the 1.6 trillion dollars needed to repair the nation's transportation infrastructure is through tolls on federal roads. Host Bruce Gellerman speaks with the Wall Street Journal's Christopher Conkey.

Environment

Obama's Pledge

President-elect Barack Obama says when he takes office the United States will take strong action to combat climate change. Living on Earth's Ashley Ahearn reports that leaders and legislators have praised Obama for this promise.