The Burmese leader delivers her Nobel Peace Prize speech, and we share some of her words.
A first-term Congressmen - a plumber - tells us what he thinks he can accomplish.
The Greek magazine editor who published a list of people skirting taxes with bank accounts in Switzerland tells Dick about his arrest for violating privacy.
A woman who is criticizing President Obama after his lackluster debate with Governor Mitt Romney.
A listener from California, Jamie Flower, tells his story of the moment politics became personal for him.
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.
Nick Casey of the Wall Street Journal teamed up with a crime scene photographer to chronicle one day of drug violence in Acapulco, Mexico. Dick Gordon talks to them about the how the Mexican drug wars has changed they way they work and live.
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.
And, finally, Terry Greene Sterling who has carried a gun for twenty years - for protection.
Host Dick Gordon speaks to Nita Gerik, the widow of the chief of the West, Texas, Volunteer Fire Department, and her son Jim Gerik, who is overseeing donations from the community.
Mary Wykstra, a cheetah researcher, talks to Dick about how Kenyan cheetahs have adapted to encroaching human settlement and how farmers are learning to protect their livestock from them.
The success and failure of animal corridors
Dick speaks to Evgenia Chirikova, who tells her story of realizing that an old growth forest near Moscow, Khimki Forest, was going to be cut down to create a new road.
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