Author Salman Rushdie reveals whom he would poison at a cocktail party -- purely hypothetically.
Author Terry McMillan reflects on failed romantic relationships in "I Almost Forgot About You."
The comedians make up tipsy titles for classic books.
"But What If We're Wrong?" author Chuck Klosterman questions fundamental knowledge.
"Jackson, 1964" author Calvin Trillin relays personal accounts of racism in the South.
A person using surgical modification to resemble a dragon matches wits with Sir Daniel.
Tavis Smiley examines Michael Jackson's untimely death in the biography "Before You Judge Me."
Donald Trump jettisons his campaign manager in the face of low poll numbers against Hillary Clinton.
Chef and "Double Cup Love" author Eddie Huang explains which foods help Americans connect.
"It's Not Over" author Michelangelo Signorile examines discrimination against the LGBT community.
Chef Eddie Huang explains how he established a sense of identity in his book "Double Cup Love."
"It's Not Over" author Michelangelo Signorile offers ways the LGBT community can achieve equality.
Corey Pegues explains how he went from a drug-dealing gang member to a policeman in "Once a Cop."
"The Sleep Revolution" author Arianna Huffington names politicians who might need a mental respite.
"The Sleep Revolution" author Arianna Huffington stresses the importance of mental breaks.
The comedians rattle off a few of the things that Donald Trump adores.
B.J. Novak discusses how social media users engage with different rankings on The List App.
Adam Lowitt assesses the civil rights lawsuit North Carolina faces for its anti-trans bathroom bill.
"Thunder Boy Jr." author Sherman Alexie chats about the importance of names.
Sherman Alexie discusses "Thunder Boy Jr." and the importance of names in Native American culture.