We check back in with W.C. Lynchwho was sterilized against his will to see how he is feeling about North Carolina's plan to offer monetary compensation for this procedure.
Read the transcript of Monday's story about Sarah Churman,"Sound Discovery", here.
A first-term Congressmen - a physician - tell us what he thinks he can accomplish.
Gershon Baskin, a peace negotiator in Israel and Gaza, tells Dick an opportunity was lost in the recent escalation between Israel and Hamas.
A man who has been exonerated of a murder conviction -- after spending 22 years on death row.
Today, stories of slavery and fighting for a place in America. We hear from 101-year-old Fountain Hughes about his childhood as a slave.
A London woman rents her garden to those in need of a place to stay during the Olympics.
Dick speaks with Candace Gorman, an attorney representing an Algerian citizen being held without a criminal charge for more than 10 years at the Guantanamo Bay detention camp.
The 1955 murder of Emmett Till.
A decade-long exploration of Israel's ultra-Orthodox Hasidic community allowed photographer Gil-Cohen Magen intimate access to people's daily leasure, daily work, and religious ceremonies.
Dick checks in with Mandy Henk, one of the itinerant librarians for the Occupy movement. After the books in New York City were thrown away, they have a new strategy: librarians giving books out from small rolling carts.
Dick speaks with Travis Williams about the heavy caseload he carries in Hall Country, Ga., and to Al Flora, the chief public defender of Luzerne County, Pa., about having to decline new cases.
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.
Two old friends in Maine arrange their own health and hospice care. We listen in as they take care of each other with tenderness.
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