Charlene Strong became an activist for equality after she was denied entrance into the hospital of her dying partner Kate.
Oklahoma Republican Markwayne Mullin talks about refocusing from short-term gains to long-term goals.
Carlos Martinez, an immigrant who got a work permit for the first time last year, has finally been able to find a job using his computer engineering degree.
Sara Isaacson, an ROTC Cadet dismissed from service because she came out as lesbian, talks about how the repeal of "Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell" allowed her to return to service.
In 1896, William Jennings Bryan gave one of the greatest speeches in American politics.
Garret Ean likes to drop quarters in expired parking meters – not just out of kindness, but to prevent the city from making money on parking tickets.
Regular guest Mariem Masmoudi left college in the U.S. to be part of the revolution in her family’s ancestral home of Tunisia. Soon, her father was running for office, and Mariem was considering running herself.
Dick speaks with Jim Scott about his 5-year battle with the CIA to find out why they agency wiretapped his father- a reporter.
Dick speaks with retired BBC broadcaster Robin Lustig about his many years of listening and watching former Prime Minister Thatcher.
Rafael Simón Jiménez was a high school friend of Venezuela President Hugo Chavez, who died this week. As the country mourns, Dick speaks with Rafael Simón about the leader as a young man.
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