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Are We There Yet? A History Of The Family Road Trip

We hit the gas pedal on classic moments of the family road trip. We'll talk with the author of the new book "Don't Make Me Pull Over!"

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Advice Columns: An American Love Affair

America has a love affair with advice columns. We'll tour the rich history and racy questions from a new generation.

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Get Back In The Kitchen With Sam Sifton And Melissa Clark

Get Back In The Kitchen With Sam Sifton And Melissa Clark

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Neil deGrasse Tyson Brings Astrophysics Down To Earth

Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson has cosmic questions about space and time. He'll bring it all down to earth for us.

Neil deGrasse Tyson Brings Astrophysics Down To Earth

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Elizabeth Vargas On Fighting Through Alcoholism

ABC News anchor Elizabeth Vargas joins us for a frank conversation about her battle with alcoholism.

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Best Summer Books: 2018

From "The Great Believers" to "Calypso" and more, we've got your hot summer reads.

Best Summer Books: 2018

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Reconciling Faith And Identity In Vicky Beeching's 'Undivided'

Christian recording artist Vicky Beeching was a poster girl for the evangelical movement. But then she came out as gay. She tells her story.

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Mona Charen On How Feminism Fails Us

Conservative lightning rod Mona Charen joins us to talk Trump, feminism, sex, and civility.

Mona Charen On How Feminism Fails Us

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The Past, Present And Future Of Classic Rock

How can classic rock survive when its stars are aging and dying?

The Past, Present And Future Of Classic Rock

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