In 1956, 16-year-old Tom Brokaw was working at a local radio station in Yankton, South Dakota, on the night of the presidential election. Watch as Tom reveals why he still thinks of the smallest tasks he performed that night every time he anchors the election night coverage for NBC News.
Watch as surfer Laird Hamilton looks back at his childhood.
As society evolves, Susan Sarandon says, she has noticed that strictly defined gender roles and designations have begun to dissolve. In this video, she explains why she feels this change is a good thing, and shares how certain socialization concepts can be troubling for men in particular.
Goldie had to find a way to define God to her inquisitive child.
Growing up, Lionel Richie was told by one of his teachers that he had a serious problem: He was too sensitive. Instead, Lionel saw his sensitivity as a gift, using it to write some of the most iconic love songs of all time. Find out why Lionel says there are no other words to replace the simple phrase 'I love you.'
In 1985, producer Quincy Jones gave Lionel Richie and Michael Jackson the deadline of a lifetime: In one day, they were to write a song to help end famine in Africa. Watch as Lionel reflects on creating the song that would become a worldwide phenomenon.
Award-winning actor, director and screenwriter Billy Bob Thornton says we are living in a time where people often root for others to fail. Case in point: reality television. Watch as Billy Bob questions why shows about things like cupcakes have to be competitive and explains why he's ready for people to start rooting for one another again.
When singer Alicia Keys hit it big, she knew she was finally living the dream she always had for herself. Still, she says, her new success had its challenges. "I didn't even know where I lived half the time," she says. Watch as she opens up about handling her fame in the beginning and how she got through it.
If supermodel Cindy Crawford was forced to choose between work and family, she says it would be an easy choice; she'd opt to be a stay-at-home mom to her two children. Watch as Cindy opens up about the validation and confidence she feels by being good at her job.
As a new college graduate, journalist Tom Brokaw was newly married to a doctor's daughter and desperate for a job. Watch as Tom reflects on starting out making $100 a week in Omaha, Nebraska, and from there going on to cover the civil rights movement in Atlanta, rubbing elbows with celebrities while reporting in Los Angeles, and finally covering international stories with NBC News in New York City. Plus, hear why Tom says that, through it all, he and his wife always kept one thing in mind: "We are still just two kids from South Dakota."
Cindy reveals what she learned from their high-profile, four-year marriage.
"I never dreamed that in 2014 we would still be running up against racism," legendary actress Cicely Tyson says.
Tom shares his surprising first instinct, reveals where he was when he heard the second plane had hit, and reflects on the unspoken pact he had on the air with co-anchors Matt Lauer and Katie Couric.
Long before Lenny Kravitz was a rockstar, he was already touched by fame. Watch as the musician talks about his parents, Roxie Roker, who starred on 'The Jeffersons,' and NBC News producer Sy Kravitz. Plus, Lenny explains how he got his name and why his father often shut down emotionally.
Jane recalls the moment that changed the direction of her life forever.
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