How can classic rock survive when its stars are aging and dying?
Science is under attack from quack experts and self-appointed activists, warns a top doctor who has been caught in the crossfires. He makes the case.
Three decades of "The Simpsons." We turn our eye on Springfield with a top writer who has been in the mix since day one.
A top historian’s warning on the rise of authoritarianism from Russia to Europe and America.
From Mad Men to memes, the advertising industry is undergoing epic changes. Bestselling author Ken Auletta shares the inside story.
So you’re middle-aged now, but does that mean you’re really a grown-up? Maybe not.
Life lessons from men after the devastating deaths of their wives. Their stories are raw, real, and inspiring.
An 1899 expedition to Alaska found wild beauty and coming environmental calamity. What about now? Best-selling author Mark Adams retraced the trek to find out.
What if Billie Jean King had lost to Bobby Riggs? We’ll imagine that and other what-if moments in sports with Mike Pesca and a roster of all-star writers.
Writer Michael Pollan turns his attention to psychedelic mushrooms and the new science of psychedelics. He joins us.
Behind the most successful rodeo family in history is a story of grit, family, and faith. Meet “The Last Cowboys."
Compassion may be the cure. A doctor shares his guide to healing through empathy and listening.
Deep inside the boom-and-bust world of America’s oil frontier in North Dakota. We take a look at "American Outpost: Dreamers, Mavericks, and the Making of an Oil Frontier."
He was a booster for globalism. Now Ian Bremmer says it’s failed — and he sees trouble ahead. We speak with the author about his new book.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Lawrence Wright turns a keen eye to his home state of Texas. The new book is "God Save Texas."
Survivors of the Boston Marathon bombing are with us -- along with their furry friend Rescue -- to talk about their new children's book.
America has a love affair with advice columns. We’ll tour the rich history and racy questions from a new generation.
The making of one film's most influential works.
In an era of information overload, can we train our brains to keep up?
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