Ahmed has gotten used to hearing about friends and colleagues who have been killed. But he is still shaken by the news. When a young friend, Khalid, was killed recently, Ahmed learned some new lessons about Iraq.
Dick speaks with Chilean writer Ariel Dorfman as a part of the series “Searching for Change.”
A successful "gun registry" in the city of Baltimore.
Newsweek/ Daily Beast publisher Tina Brown on celebrity journalism.
David Williams was asked to shut down a company, and instead he turned it into a booming business.
A man who who wore a Richard Nixon pin while supporting John F. Kennedy, and another who got swept up in the "I like Ike" frenzy.
Ahead of this weekend’s presidential elections in Mexico, Dick speaks with a college student who helped spark a movement of thousands called #yosoy132.
A woman who started a list for Londoners to rent out their gardens to Olympic visitors.
Physician Don Berwick was asked to head up Medicare and Medicaid for the Obama administration. He tells about what it was like to try to make change from the inside and the roadblocks he encountered.
The Michigan State Legislature passed a 48-month lifetime limit on welfare benefits - we hear from Kathy Dygas who lives near Detroit and was affected by the change.
New York City has agreed to reimburse the Occupy Wall Street Library for books destroyed as police cleared protestors out of Zucotti Park.
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