Frontline: Neda's Killing Continues To Haunt Friends, Family, Country

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. » 11/18/09 12:00pm 11/18/09 12:00pm

"A Second, Less Obtrusive Movement:" Protests Signal New Freedom For…

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. » 9/28/09 4:00pm 9/28/09 4:00pm