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Margaret Thatcher Revisited: When The 'Iron Lady' Sat Down With NPR

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In 1993, three years after she resigned as prime minister, Margaret Thatcher sat down for an hour-long interview with NPR. Along with the issues of the day, she talked about her time in office and the legacy she hoped to leave. Thatcher was one of Britain's most divisive and transformative prime ministers. She died Monday of a stroke at the age of 87.

Revisiting Rabin's Assassination, And The Peace That Might Have Been

Twenty years ago, Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin was killed by a Jewish religious zealot. Dan Ephron, author of Killing a King, discusses the assassination and its effect on the peace process.

King Of Beers: SABMiller Agrees In Principle To Merger With Budweiser Brewer

If the deal is formally agreed upon, the company would own around 31 percent of beer sales around the world.

LIVE CHAT: Join NPR's Politics Team For The Democratic Debate

Join us over on Twitter during the debate by following and contributing to #nprdebate or @nprpolitics, or post your comments, questions and observations here.

Twitter, Its Share Price Dropping, Plans To Cut Up To 8 Percent Of Workforce

How do you say, "Wall Street is getting frustrated," in 140 characters?

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