Producer Brian Grazer remembers discussing his hairstyling technique with Fidel Castro in Cuba.
Producer Brian Grazer discusses his book "A Curious Mind: The Secret to a Bigger Life."
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Activist and author Ayaan Hirsi Ali discusses her book "Heretic: Why Islam Needs a Reformation Now."
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Republicans try to discourage Iranian leaders from signing a deal with President Obama.
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David Axelrod reflects on President Obama's tense relationship with Congress.
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In an ironic turn of events, Fox News suddenly wants President Obama to act more like a Muslim king.
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Bassem Youssef comments on the state of the Middle East and explains the history behind the crises.
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Sarah Chayes describes the appeal of extremism in the face of corrupt governments.
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Sarah Chayes describes how people under corrupt regimes can be driven to extremes.
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Larry and the panelists discuss the significance of lifting the long-standing embargo against Cuba.
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North Korean hackers target Sony after taking offense at its comedy "The Interview."
Guantanamo Bay prisoner Gitmo weighs in on America's plan to normalize relations with Cuba.
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Kim Jong-un monopolizes the use of his name, and hackers launch a cyber attack on Sony Pictures.
Suki Kim discusses her goal to humanize North Korea in her book "Without You, There Is No Us."
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Author Suki Kim recalls her year teaching at an elite private school in North Korea.
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Judge Andrew Napolitano describes how the executive branch is eroding Americans' freedom.
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"Suicide Pact" author Andrew Napolitano discusses the need for limitations of government.
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