"I Heard My Country Calling" author James Webb shares highlights from his many years serving in both government and the military.
A Kentucky store discriminates against gays and Freemasons, scientists discover the world's first female penis, and Fox News's Dana Perino deflates a conspiracy theory.
"The 40s" author David Remnick discusses The New Yorker's evolution from a comedy magazine to a groundbreaking source of investigative journalism.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar weighs in on L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling's bigoted remarks, arguing that more white people believe in ghosts than in racism.
Cable news coverage of Malaysia's missing Flight 370 veers into bizarre conversations about black holes and "zombie planes."
George Saunders chats about the often-overlooked power of kindness and his book, "Congratulations, by the Way."
America's sports fans rejoice after Team USA defeats Ghana in a thriller of a match.
President Obama commemorates Equal Pay Day in a move that critics dismiss as a political stunt.
Filmmaker Ken Burns discusses his documentary "The Address" and expands on the historical significance of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address.
Virginia Congressman Bobby Scott discusses Richmond's high tattoo ranking, the legitimacy of government jobs and whether rhyming has any effect on policy.
Edie Falco chats about her role on Showtime's "Nurse Jackie" and reflects on the motivations of her character in HBO's "The Sopranos."
University of Kentucky's John Calipari shares insights from his book "Players First" and weighs in on whether college athletes should be paid.
Facebook C.O.O. Sheryl Sandberg shares insights from her book "Lean In" and makes the case for encouraging young girls to become leaders.
Attorneys David Boies and Theodore B. Olson discuss their advocacy for same-sex marriage rights and their book "Redeeming the Dream."
After years of stagnant wages in the U.S., Canada's middle class becomes the wealthiest in the world.
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