The brother of Jason Rezaian, the Washington Post journalist detained in Iran and convicted in secret, described his brother's imprisonment as "cruel and inhumane" Tuesday and called on the U.S. government to take "any appropriate actions" to win his freedom.
By PBS NewsHour
Jason Rezaian was convicted by an Iranian court, but little else is known about the ruling or the fate of the Washington Post journalist who has been held for over a year on espionage and other charges. Jeffrey Brown learns…
By Margaret Sessa-Hawkins
The Washington Post has said that its correspondent Jason Rezaian, who has been detained in Iran for over a year on espionage charges, has been convicted.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Thursday, Congress went after automaker Volkswagen over the way it rigged diesel models to cheat on emissions tests. Also, Russia fired more cruise missiles into Syria, while denying several U.S. reports that several missiles crashed in…
By Lisa Lerer, Associated Press and Kathleen Hennessey, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama seemed to call Hillary Rodham Clinton's idea of a no-fly zone in Syria "half-baked."…
By Associated Press
The U.S. took steps Saturday to open a dialogue with Iran and others about the crises in Syria and Yemen.
Does the Iran nuclear deal herald the dawn of a new era in U.S.-Iranian relations? PBS NewsHour Chief Foreign Correspondent Margaret Warner met with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani who said there is still a long road to travel.
By Deb Riechmann, Associated Press
It's a done deal, yet opponents of the Iran nuclear agreement won't go quietly.
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