One of the environmental community s most prominent critics of U.S. farm and food policy offers his take on choosing the right food.
Gov. Shumlin explains why he's signing legislation that makes his state the first in the U.S. to require labeling of all genetically modified food.
The four-time Emmy winner unpacks her latest text, 'It Ain't Over Till It's Over,' about inspirational women who've reinvented themselves.
An outspoken critic of the status quo, Vermont's independent senator assesses the minimum wage debate, poverty and presidential politics.
The singer-songwriter a former top fashion model and first lady of France discusses her first North American tour and fourth CD, 'Little French Songs.'
Paul Rieckhoff, founder-executive director of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, explains why Americans need to understand the cost of war.
The Grammy winners discuss their counter-culture history and reuniting for new projects.
An experienced intelligence professional, Longmire dissects her book, 'Border Insecurity.'
The classically trained actor discusses his addition to the cast of the provocative AMC hit series, 'Mad Men.'
The surge in Afghanistan and the conversations surrounding that decision have led many to compare this war with Vietnam--a war that both President Obama and the secretary of state have criticized in the past. In Episode 1 of Tavis Smiley Reports, Secretary Clinton responds to the comparison of these wars.
We begin the first of two special nights that examine Dr. King's call for an end to foreign wars and commitment to economic justice.
In Part 1 of 'Right to Return', we speak to New Orleans resident Lawrence Gaspar.
The Tony-winning thespian shares his thoughts on his latest film, the drama, 'Draft Day.'
Clay reflects on his career and his serious acting turn in the new Woody Allen movie, 'Blue Jasmine.'
The multiple Grammy nominee shows why, although she's heir to a rich blues tradition, she's making her own mark in music.
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