An audio montage of how the Egyptian revolution was triggered and kept going. Assembled by Barrett Golding of Hearing Voices.
The adventure of a 19-year-old in a single engine plane from Germany to Russia, and the pleasure of returning to a favourite book.
Burmese activist Nay Phone Latt tells Dick about the four years he spent in prison and the new country he found when he got out.
Dick speaks with Newsweek magazine’s first female senior editor about the year she and 45 other staffers sued the magazine for gender discrimination.
Guest host Sean Cole talks to military defense specialist John Arquilla, who says the U.S. government should hire hackers - instead of prosecuting them.
An Austrian student who challenged Facebook over user privacy.
Writer Andrew Lam speaks about the possible link between immigrant frustrations and violence.
Two government lawyers, June Clarkson and Theresa Edwards, smelled something fishy in a series of mortgage foreclosure papers, and set out to get to the bottom of it. What they got was fired.
Ahmed Fadaam, The Story's regular diarist, has just started a new job in Baghdad. He was on his way to work recently when he felt his car shake: a massive bomb had exploded in the city.
First, we hear from educator Joel Myrick, who used his pistol to confront a school shooter.
: Ameena Matthews grew up in the center of one of Chicago's deadliest gangs, and was shot. She now makes a living stepping into violent situations, and trying to stop them.
Illana Rovner's father always told stories of struggle and justice to put her to bed.She never imagined becoming a federal judge in Chicago.
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