The visionary American dream-maker who's turned a look (and a necktie) into a $10 billion empire talks about the fabric of his amazing life.
A one-on-one conversation with the guy who invented smart talk in the afternoon and brought startling new ideas into the living rooms and laundry rooms of American women.
Brandy and Sonja Norwood
The singer-actress, along with her mother, talks about how two determined women recaptured a life that was spinning out of control.
The funnyman opens up about transcending race, why comedy is his calling and the powerful life principle that sustains him during his most difficult moments.
The Central Park Jogger
For the first time, the jogger left for dead in New York's Central Park breaks her silence, telling us what she remembers, what she wants, and what amazes her.
Michael J. Fox and Tracy Pollan
The actor and his wife on sickness and health, love and marriage, and their no-spin family ties.
The former Secretary of State talks about her downtime (piano, football, shopping), her uptime (faith, unity, power), and why the terrorists have already lost.
The now legendary former New York City mayor talks about September 11, his call to courage and his own inspirational calm after the storm.