"The Goldbergs" star Jeff Garlin discusses playing Chris Christie and breaking barriers for Jews on television, and New York begs Sean Hannity not to leave.
Journalist Anjan Sundaram explains why he gave up a job at Goldman Sachs to report on life in the Congo.
"PBS NewsHour Weekend" anchor Hari Sreenivasan describes the fundamental differences between PBS's mission and that of 24-hour cable news.
"Privacy in the Age of Big Data" author Theresa Payton details the myriad ways in which technology threatens private information.
In this exclusive, unedited interview, Steven Brill examines the monopolistic pricing structure of American health care.
Time Magazine columnist Steven Brill challenges the myth of free market price controls in the American health care system.
In this exclusive, unedited interview, "Duty" author Robert Gates assesses the political morass in Washington and champions the judicious use of force abroad.
Tim Gunn reflects on the pressure that comes with being famously well-dressed, his loyalty to Heidi Klum, and his show "Under the Gunn."
"God Loves Uganda" director Roger Ross Williams delves into the evangelical fight against homosexuality in Africa.
Scarlett Johansson discusses the terrifying post-modern love story at the heart of Spike Jonze's movie, "Her."
In this exclusive, unedited interview, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau director Richard Cordray champions meaningful regulation for the financial industry.
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau director Richard Cordray addresses debt traps, mortgage reform and fixing the financial industry.
"Inside Llewyn Davis" star Oscar Isaac discusses writing his first musical in fifth grade and the south Florida punk scene.
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