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New details of the $400 million U.S. payment to Iran earlier this year depict a tightly scripted exchange specifically timed to the release of several American prisoners held in Iran.

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Ryan Reed for Rolling Stone Magazine

Taylor Swift has pledged a $1 million relief donation to Louisiana after the state was struck with devastating torrential rains, causing massive flooding that killed at least 11 people. "We began [2015's] The 1989 World Tour in Louisiana, and the wonderful fans there made us feel completely at home," the singer told the Associated Press.