The Presidents VIDEO
The Presidents revisits the lives of six recent presidents — John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson., Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush — and offers an intimate and compelling look at the men who have defined and redefined the modern presidency and who led the country through some of the most turbulent and consequential moments ...Continue Reading
Some people said they were turned off by his commercials, where he creates an explosion after shooting his assault rifle. But a former Navy SEAL who has never held political office before is now one step closer to earning the keys to the Missouri governor’s mansion. Eric Greitens won the Republican nomination for governor. It ...Continue Reading
Women of ’69, Unboxed VIDEO
A group of women, college classmates, who were both electrified and pummeled by the turbulent surf of the 60s, look back, then ahead, as they turn 65, ruminate on their heartaches and triumphs, and evaluate the “dowry” they’ll leave for future generations. If their parents were the Greatest Generation, perhaps this generation was the Loudest. ...Continue Reading
Create’s Brazil-bound this weekend as the Summer Olympics kick off in Rio de Janeiro. Chef Hubert Keller explores and celebrates Rio’s exciting and vibrant culinary scene while Sara Moulton prepares traditional Brazilian dishes with chef Leticia Moreinos Schwartz. And intrepid travelers David Yetman, Art Wolfe and Richard Bangs venture off the beaten path to ...Continue Reading
In 1971, Penny Patterson, a graduate student at Stanford University, met Koko, a newborn gorilla in San Francisco Zoo. Penny had grown up wanting to communicate with animals and decided to teach Koko sign language in the hope of finally crossing the boundary between animals and humans. But what started out as a scientific experiment ...Continue Reading
The film chronicles the story of how the Nazis and the IOC turned, to their mutual benefit, a small sports event into the modern Olympics. The grand themes and controversial issues from the 1936 Games have continued to this day: Monumentality, budget overruns, collusion with authoritarian regimes, corruption, and sometimes even bribery.