Last night's Frontline examined the life and death of Neda Agha-Soltan, revealing Neda's commitment to protesting and the Iranian government's persecution of her friends and family.
With Ahmadinejad now selecting his cabinet, some fear this summer's protests in Iran were a failure. But according to an anonymous Iranian journalist writing in The New Yorker, they've had a big effect on the country's women.
On Saturday, "Neda", a young Iranian woman watching the protests in Tehran, was allegedly shot by a Basij, dying in her father's arms. It was captured on video. Some say she may be the new face of the opposition movement.
The New York Times is reporting that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has been re-elected by the Iranian people, what Iran's government is calling "a landslide." Ahmadinejad's opponent, Mir Hussein Moussavi, claims the results are false.