The Tavis Smiley Show
Editors of two new anthologies talk about what it takes to make the cut for "Best African American Fiction" and "Best African American Essays."
Opposing views from two lawmakers on whether the recently passed stimulus package is the right path to follow.
The Oscar-nominated actor talks about his new role on CSI, being funny and his expectations for the incoming Presidency.
A behind-the-scenes look at the Bush-Obama transition with Martha Joynt Kumar, Director of the White House Transition Project.
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice examines her legacy after the Bush Administration, saying Iraq was much harder than she ever dreamed it would be.
Profiles of individuals who have changed the lives of millions -- from Melinda Gates to Peter Bloom of DonorsChoose.org.
On the 20th World AIDS Day, activist and actor Richard Gere shares his personal account of the evolution of AIDS in America.
America's health care crisis widens to not only focus on the millions of uninsured, but on the growing number of people who are under-insured.
Senator Hillary Clinton checks in from the Obama campaign trail and talks about the economy, the election and Sarah Palin.
The three-time Oscar winning director gives a preview and preface to his controversial film about President George W. Bush.