Iran's top electoral body, the Guardian Council, said it has found "no major fraud" in the June 12 voting results, and will not re-do the election.
All eyes now are on the leadership of the opposition. On Monday, government forces clashed with hundreds of protestors at a square in central Tehran. Riot police fired tear gas and live bullets to break up the crowd. Such tactics have led to the deaths of 17 demonstrators so far.
On Tuesday, President Obama will discuss Iran in a Rose Garden new conference.
For more on the election outrage in Iran, click play to listen to the interview with Josh Goodman, of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies.