Is there a better place to find the truth than between a meeting of great minds over a cup of coffee? No, especially because Ben Shapiro and his friends are involved. Follow him to his favorite local spots, where he lets you in on a secret: where the conversation goes when the camera isn’t rolling.
Comedians used to be society’s truth-tellers. Pointing out life’s absurdities, regardless of whose feelings might be slightly offended. In a world of microaggressions, pearl-clutching and faux outrage, Adam Carolla has had to take truth-telling to another level. Truth Yeller gives you a little stand-up, a little interview, a little improv, and a lot of laughs—all through the lens of one of the most important voices in America: the voice of a comedian.
All Zoe Hull wants is to get through the last few weeks of her senior year and leave — off to college and a fresh start. Instead, her high school is attacked by four nihilistic, gun-toting students, who plan to make their siege the worst school shooting in history.
You may know him for his highly publicized confirmation battle with Anita Hill, but there’s so much more to the man than the headlines. From the segregated south to the highest court in the land; this is Clarence Thomas.
On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first men to walk on the moon. The mission that got them there, Apollo 11, was the culmination of the nation's decade-long cultural and scientific fascination with outer space. In this four-part series by Bill Whittle, transport back in time and understand what Apollo 11 felt like to the millions of Americans who lived through it.