Last updated 12:19AM ET
June 20, 2013
PRI's The World - Jun 19, 2013 NSA surveillance programs may be a surprise to the Americans but European intelligence agencies have known about them and made use of the intelligence for years. Also, the debate over drivers licenses for undocumented immigrants. And, how to disappear.
PRI's The World - Jun 18, 2013 The US and the Taliban agree to hold peace talks. Also, the protests continue in Brazil over transportation costs and government expenses. Plus, Australia's prime minister tackles gambling advertising in primetime sports.
PRI's The World - Jun 17, 2013 Iran's new president calls for engagement with other countries. We'll compare and contrast new leader Hassan Rouhani with outgoing President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Also, we hear about a project in Qatar seeking new ways to grow crops in the crops in the hot and arid desert. Plus, a scandal in Japan over "juiced" baseballs.
Violent protests mar Brazil match Protesters clash with police in Brazil's city of Fortaleza ahead of a football match against Mexico, as public discontent over poor public services widens.
Obama calls for nuclear arsenal cuts Speaking at Berlin's Brandenburg Gate, President Barack Obama calls for reductions to be made in US and Russian nuclear stockpiles.
Sopranos actor James Gandolfini dies James Gandolfini, the US actor best known for his role as a therapy-seeking mob boss in The Sopranos, dies at the age of 51.
You hate my job: Giving out parking tickets
Marketplace profiles people paid to do work that can make life miserable for others.
New York restaurant owner says tips not needed
Sushi Yasuda argues that staff at the Japanese restaurant in Manhattan are paid a fair wage and don?t need tips to compensate for low pay.
Must reads before Supreme Court rules on gay marriage
Catching you up before the Supreme Court rulings on cases concerning legalizing same-sex marriage in the United States.