To answer burning questions on American history and government, Oprah turns to Jon Stewart , The Daily Show host and author of the best-selling satire, America (The Book) .
"The truth is, it does, same as a guy who's half drunk who came into the voting booth just because it was cold outside," Jon says. "That's the beauty of our democracy—everybody's vote counts the same. And in the last presidential election, about 110 million votes were cast. Yours counted…whatever 1 divided by 110 million is."
All of us experience things that completely hit the reset button on our lives. For Nate Berkus, it was surviving the 2004 tsunami that took the life of his partner, photographer Fernando Bengoechea. Here, the designer shares some of the lessons he learned about hanging on and moving forward.