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The call for a new design philosophy for the digital age to make smartphones and surfing the web a lot more elegant and user-friendly.
Phillipa Soo (Hamilton, The Code) and Stacy Keach (Man With a Plan, American Greed) headline this Chinese tale about a kind, humble artist whose paintings come to life.
The history behind the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery.
The language patterns in a new book by an anonymous senior official in the Trump administration could be used to decode the author's identity.
“This collection is about how to exist as a black queer woman,” the Boston Poet Laureate said. “This collection is about being a magical being.”
Former Ambassador Susan Rice opens up about race, motherhood, Benghazi and U.S. foreign policy under President Trump.
A conversation with Mo Rocca, the humorist and CBS Sunday Morning correspondent. He’s author of the new book "Mobituaries" about overlooked lives.
Tackling today’s trickiest global challenges with the winners of the Nobel Prize in Economics, Esther Duflo and Abhijit Banerjee.
Comedian/kids' author Michael Ian Black (I'm Worried, Cock-a-Doodle-Doo-Bop) and actor/director David Wain (Wet Hot American Summer, Stella) star in this supernatural story from Spain, Portugal, Czech Republic and the Dominican...
Bakersfield, California, is known as "Nashville West."
Judd Apatow has edited a collection of the late comedian Garry Shandling's writings into a new work called "It's Garry Shandling's Book."
The author's new book reconnects us with the love story behind "Call Me By Your Name."
Neil Pasricha tells us how to handle failure.
A conversation with the master of the historical spy novel, Alan Furst.
Mimi Lemay's new memoir, "What We Will Become," tells the story of raising her transgender son.
Here’s an idea that will never work: replace brick-and-mortar video stores with DVDs in the mail. Well, it worked. We talk with Netflix co-founder Marc Randolph.
Three decades ago, fine arts gallery owner Richard Michelson was skeptical about placing children's book illustrations in his gallery. Now, he's a champion of the art form he calls "the...
We talk with the co-founders of the punk culture satire website "The Hard Times."
In this Cherokee story, Yeardley Smith (The Simpsons) plays a feisty, creative spider who proves that power and strength aren't always about physical size.
Bread, to French baker Apollonia Poilâne, is more than just food. It's "food for the mind, food for the soul," she says.