Iraqis went to the polls 6 weeks ago, expecting to choose a new government, but it hasn't actually worked out that way. Ahmed Fadaam noticed that people on the street were doing something curious with the campaign posters.
Nawal El Saadawi is an 80-year-old writer who lives in Cairo who Dick spoke with when former President Mubarak stepped down. She says the revolution has been betrayed and she is fighting to get it back on track.
As the U.S. military finished the pull out of troops from Iraq, The Story listens back to those who served in the war. We hear stories of combat over the past nine and half years and how soldiers have made sense of their service.