NPR Caught Cancelling Interview with Congressman Due to Efforts Against Iran Deal

After they previously denied.  From the story:  An Associated Press story Friday reported that NPR accepted $100,000 from a a White House-allied pro-Iran deal organization called the Ploughshares Fund in order to fund “national security reporting that emphasizes the themes of U.S. nuclear weapons policy and budgets [and] Iran’s nuclear program…” Ostensibly, NPR policy did not allow that grant to slant coverage, but the arrangement received renewed scrutiny after Obama national security advisor Ben Rhodes named the organization as one of the tools the administration used to echo their talking points (Mediaite).  Turns out, there’s more to the secret history of the Iran deal (Bloomberg).