"Dexter" star Michael C. Hall explains why his character has started killing fewer people and talks about saying goodbye to his TV family.
Actor Simon Pegg talks about working with Nick Frost in "Spaced," "Shaun of the Dead" and "The World's End."
Billionaire Elon Musk designs a cross between a railgun, a Concorde supersonic airliner and an air hockey table.
Joshua Oppenheimer discusses "The Act of Killing," his documentary about the 1965 Indonesian mass killings.
Senator Rand Paul shares his book, "Government Bullies: How Everyday Americans Are Being Harassed, Abused, and Imprisoned by the Feds."
Despite Australia's short election season, candidates are still able to offer voters clumsy pratfalls and verbal atrocities.
Director, writer and actor Lake Bell warns of a sexy baby voice pandemic and discusses her film, "In a World..."
"Paranoia" star Liam Hemsworth discusses white-collar crime, the scariness of Gary Oldman, and the reason Australians are so laid back.
"A Curious Man" author Neal Thompson discusses the life and travels of "Ripley's Believe It or Not!" founder Robert Ripley.
Comedian Colin Quinn charts the creation of the United States Constitution and notes Ben Franklin's interest in sex clubs.
Hank Azaria discusses his latest roles as a porn auteur in "Lovelace" and a character in the family film, "The Smurfs 2."
Tim Gunn weighs in on the Catholic Church's changed tone toward homosexuality, Anthony Weiner's mayoral prospects, and his "Project Runway" veto power.
"This Town" author Mark Leibovich suggests that America's low opinion of Washington D.C. might still be too high.
Oct 11, 2013
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