Through his "STAT" children's book series, Amar'e Stoudemire shows kids that being smart is cool.
Aasif Mandvi investigates Time Warner's human rights abuses on Chinatown residents.
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Arne Duncan believes that Race to the Top will help America educate its way to a stronger economy.
Arne Duncan considers Jeremy Lin to be a remarkable role model for America's youth.
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Larry Wilmore reports on the Asian basketball invasion during Black History Month.
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Jeremy Lin single-handedly does the unthinkable by making people want to watch the New York Knicks.
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Stephen trains to play for the Knicks despite his bad knee, and takes on Allan Houston.
Charles Barkley recalls throwing a basketball at Shaquille O'Neal's head.
Tracy Morgan hugged up on Eddie Murphy at the Comedy Awards, but they didn't hang out.
Stephen pulls out all the stops to defeat Allan Houston in a game of one-on-one.
Stephen hits the dugout to show the Knicks' coaching staff his mad basketball-playing skills.
Stephen figures out a way to play on his bad knee and diagnoses the Knicks' main problem.
Stephen bargains with Allan Houston, but gets distracted by the Knicks City Dancers.
Stephen asks Knicks coach Mike D'Antoni about the team's non-discrimination policy.
With the Knicks City Dancers looking on, Stephen plays one-on-one with all-star Allan Houston.
Before trying out for the Knicks, Stephen asks Mike D'Antoni about the "don't ask, don't tell" policy.
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