Host Marco Werman and producer Matthew Bell continue to share the stories they gathered on their week-long reporting trip to Tehran. While they were there, they attended a political rally organized by reformists, some of whom are disqualified from running in elections later this month. Still, the reformist camp is hoping to energize voters and win seats in parliament. Plus, we bring you the story of a man called Fish. He's a Somali who has lived almost his whole life in the world's largest refugee camp — in Kenya. Fernando Romero joins us, as well. He's with the Nevada non-partisan group Hispanics in Politics, the state's oldest political organization for Hispanics. He handicaps the upcoming Nevada caucuses.