Getting Started in Fashion

Diane von Furstenberg first arrived in the fashion world in 1972 with her iconic wrap dress, coming to symbolize female power and freedom. In 1997, after a hiatus from fashion,...

The Best of Freakonomics

Why don’t flight attendants get tipped? Why are high gas prices better? How safe is your job? And why does KFC always run out of fried chicken?Dazzling audiences around the...

Genius and Curiosity

Two thinkers. Two books. Two angles on genius.In Malcolm Gladwell’s David and Goliath, the author of Blink and Outliers uncovers the hidden patterns that link history’s...

Jennifer Lopez with Hoda Kotb

Jennifer Lopez in an intimate conversation with Hoda Kotb about her life and new book, True Love, a candid and revealing look at one of the most defining moments of her life.Like...

The Future of God The Merging of Science and Religion

Must science and religion always be opposing and irreconcilable forces? Dr. Reza Aslan, Andrew Zolli and David Eagleman look at recent trends in theoretical physics and the...

Success After Failure

Is there success after failure? Talk show greats Tavis Smiley and Phil Donohue discuss.

Jeremy Piven and Rebecca Eaton with Matt Lauer

Best known as Ari Gold, the agent you love to hate on HBO’s “Entourage,” Emmy and Golden Globe winner Jeremy Piven has one of Hollywood’s most diverse resumes.Piven...

Pass the Mic Millennial Feminism

Amid a popular debate over whether today’s young women embrace or reject the word feminist, bestselling author and trans women’s rights activist Janet Mock, Joy Reid, host of...

Cooking Fast and Slow

Mark Bittman—the beloved New York Times food writer and author of the megaselling How to Cook Everything—joins his friend, master chef Mario Batali, for a gastronaut’s...

The Glass Cage Nicholas Carr in Conversation With Tim Wu

What kind of world are we building for ourselves? That’s the question bestselling author Nicholas Carr tackles in his urgent new book, The Glass Cage, about the human...

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