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John Wayne gets the Brioni fit.

The young Italian who revolutionized menswear

Nov 18, 2015
How Brioni suits became the formal wear of choice for American presidents… and John Wayne.
Posted In: fashion, clothing, Italian
Gloria Steinem speaks onstage as AOL's MAKERS celebrates Gloria Steinem's new book "My Life On The Road" in New York City.

Gloria Steinem looks back on her life

Oct 29, 2015
The feminist icon reflects on what inspired her fight for women's equality.
Posted In: feminism, Gloria Steinem, activism
Head coach Urban Meyer of the Ohio State Buckeyes during warmups before a game against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights at High Point Solutions Stadium on Saturday in Piscataway, New Jersey.

Urban Meyer on coaching football ... and life

Oct 28, 2015
The elite college coach wants you to apply his locker room lessons off the field.
Posted In: football, Ohio, coaching
Fashion Designer Donna Karan walks the runway at the Donna Karan New York 30th Anniversary fashion show during Spring fashion week in New York City in 2014.

Donna Karan on her chaotic life in fashion

Oct 27, 2015
Kai Ryssdal talks to fashion icon Donna Karan about her new memoir, 'My Journey.'
Posted In: fashion, Donna Karan, designer clothes

How a secret meeting on Jekyll Island led to the Fed

Oct 20, 2015
Author Lowenstein explains the 'patriotic conspiracy' behind the central bank.
Posted In: Federal Reserve, bank, conspiracies, great depression
Front row, from left to right: Jerry Schoenfeld, former chairman of the theatrical producing company The Shubert Organization; Bernard Jacobs, former president of The Shubert Organization; and Phillip J. Smith, the current CEO of the company.

'Razzle Dazzle' and why Broadway came back

Oct 16, 2015
A look at how theater on the Great White Way changed Time Square's reputation.
Posted In: Times Square, broadway, New York City

How the 1 percent got to the top of the money pile

Oct 14, 2015
Want to join them? Author Sam Wilkin has a manual for you.
Posted In: inequality, wealth

Dr. Ben Carson on the economy, taxes and debt

Oct 7, 2015
In one of his only in-depth interviews about the economy, Carson laid out his plan.
Posted In: Ben Carson, debt, Taxes, government
The number of people in the U.S. who are extremely poor is increasing.

Getting by in America on $2 a day

Oct 1, 2015
What the country's extreme poor want: Dignity. Respect. Jobs.
Posted In: $2 bill, budget, low-income
Former U.S. Labor Secretary Robert Reich testifies before the Joint Economic Committee back in 2014 in Washington, D.C. Reich joined a panel testifying on the topic of income inequality in the U.S., the subject of his new book "Saving Capitalism."

Robert Reich is trying to save capitalism

Sep 29, 2015
The former labor secretary's new book is about remaking a system that works for everyone.
Posted In: capitalism, Robert Reich



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