Host Marco Werman and reporter Matthew Bell spent seven days in Tehran, Iran, around the anniversary of the 1979 Islamic Revolution. They found a cosmopolitan city with great food and some contrasting feelings toward the US.
US officials said on Wednesday that Secretary of State John Kerry and Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif spoke at least five times in the span of 10 hours on Tuesday. Their discussion led to the quick release of the American sailors.
The NSA ha ignited a firestorm over its extensive spying on friends and allies alike, but it's clear the US is far from alone. Also, a new study finds billions of planets in the Milky Way that might be like Earth, and a former US president says he almost punched out a foreign leader. All this and more, in today's Global Scan.
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.
What's it like to jump off a 104-story building? Let us show you. Plus would you get a haircut like your national leader? What if you had no choice? That may just be the case in North Korea. Those stories and more in today's Global Scan.
The investigation in Argentina into the death of a special prosecutor who had said the nation's president was protecting the masterminds of the 1994 bombing of a Jewish community center that killed 85 people. A new prosecutor has been appointed.