An artist films Tehranis opening up about what scares them.
Moderates and hard-liners are tussling over the state's role in Iranians' lives—and afterlives.
An Iranian filmmaker's poignant experiment in the streets of Tehran
Hassan Rouhani's supporters take a page from Barack Obama's 2008 campaign.
While he doubts the honesty of American political leadership, he remains open to serious and "practical" negotiations.
A moving new video asks Tehran residents, "What's your wish for today?" The answers may surprise you.
Why the court proceedings against Iran's "Butcher of the Press" has little to do with justice
The ex-spy chief and wanted terrorist who proposes to scale back his country's nuclear program and reconcile with the United States.
The Islamic Republic's presidential balloting might not be till June, but Tehran is already tightening its internet controls.
The chair of Germany's Green Party learns the hard way.
The Holocaust-denying Iranian leader has a favored candidate in the country's upcoming presidential election.
And she believes that the Islamic Republic has no choice but reform.
Are the leaders of the 2009 Iranian Green Revolution seditionists, or aren't they?
Why new efforts to change the Islamic Republic's electoral system could end up just favoring establishment candidates.
Two of the country's leading dissenters are in ill health.
But will the interrogators who tortured him to death actually be punished?
Not particularly well known, he was arrested for an anti-regime post.
What do you know, the "Big Mouth Basiji" just gave his first media interview.
The diaspora is as divided on its choice as the rest of the country.
The influential religious scholar suffered persecution and imprisonment.