At the height of her career, the beautiful young performer accidentally stumbled into a power struggle between Hollywood communists and McCarthyites.
The former president speaks out on the Confederate flag, religion, Bob Dylan, and Iran.
Before his death in July at 97, the man immortalized in Laura Hillenbrand's book reflected on courage, forgiveness, and why he doesn't consider himself a hero.
While in the Soviet Union, Priscilla Johnson McMillan met a young American in her hotel who was trying to defect. His name was Lee Harvey Oswald.
Talking with the authors of a new book that chronicles the obscenely candid comedian's tragic, drug-fueled peak
After 30 years, a man notoriously convicted of murdering his family may be freed from prison. A celebrated filmmaker explains why he believes in MacDonald's innocence.
The onetime Reagan budget chief has gone from supply-side guru to prophet of doom -- and his new book predicts stormy times ahead for the U.S.
For years, the actor has taken credit for bravely hiring a communist screenwriter in the McCarthy era. But there have long been questions about his version of the story.
An interview with the writer about his half-century-long career and his new book, Over Time
The actor, who directed this week's episode of the Emmy-winning show, on what it's like to play Roger Sterling
The real history is more interesting than the fictionalized portrayal in 'J. Edgar'
A new documentary tells the tale of William Colby, the enigmatic intelligence agent and C.I.A. director, and the family he kept at a distance
A conversation with the legendary New York newspaperman, whose latest book, "Tabloid City", came out last week
The daughter of famed writer William Styron talks about her new memoir, which explores her relationship with her dad
An interview with Joel Surnow about the show, which debuts this Sunday on Reelz
The writer, director, and producer reflects on the film that brought him to the Academy Awards more than two decades ago
The author of "My Father at 100" discusses his dad's illness, film career, and finest hour
An interview with Dale Dye, a Vietnam veteran who has served as a consultant on more than 50 movies and TV shows, including Emmy-nominated "The Pacific"
The '80s movie princess discusses a range of issues, from the Breakfast Club's lost skinny-dipping scene to why she didn't marry Matthew Broderick
Before one became president and the other a generational icon, the pair acted together. See the unearthed footage here.