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Book Excerpt: 'In Defense of a Liberal Education' by Fareed Zakaria
[Fareed Zakaria joins the "This Week" roundtable Sunday.] Excerpted from In Defense of a Liberal Education by Fareed Zakaria . Copyright © 2015 by Kastella Rylestone, LLC. With permission of the publisher, W. W. Norton & Company, Inc. All rights reserved. If you want to live a good life these days,
Al Pacino Shines In 'The Humbling'
Film legend Al Pacino discusses his newest role and remarkable career on 'Popcorn with Peter Travers'.
Internet Celebrity Suspected in Lawyer's Death
N.J. police are looking for "Kai," a man who gained fame by using a hatchet to save a woman's life.
Philip Roth's Complaint: Wikipedia Is Wrong
Not only did Wikipedia get its facts wrong about the book he labored to write, says novelist Philip Roth, but when he reached out to the online encyclopedia to request a correction, editors there maintained that they knew better about the book than the author....
'Mama's Boy Myth': Sons Who Are Close to Mom are Stronger
Freud warned about the unresolved oedipal complex in boys: Sons who couldn't break free from a smothering mother's clutches were doomed to be sexually confused -- or even homosexual. Even Dr. Benjamin Spock, the pediatric guru of the 1950s and 1960s, advised that mama's boys might grow up
March 19: Energy Crisis in United States 2001
1992 Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson Separate The marriage between Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson officially came to an end in 1992. Fergie drew criticism for hiring her own lawyers to negotiate separation terms from Andrew, rather than letting the royal family do it quietly....
Obama on Arts & Humanities: For Inspiration & To “Seem Deep” Reciting Poetry to a Girlfriend
ABC News' Sunlen Miller reports: Noting that many of the honorees “helped inspire me, or get me through a tough day or take risk that I might not otherwise have taken,” President Obama today honored 20 people this afternoon with...
The Presidential Planner
ABC News' Sunlen Miller reports: President Obama will start his day by receiving his regular rounds of morning briefings. In the afternoon, the President and the Vice President will meet for lunch in the Private Dining Room. Afterward the President...
Standing Question: Could Sitting Too Long At Work Be Dangerous?
Work can be back-breaking; hours spent hunched over at a computer with all the pressure resting in your neck. But what if you worked standing up? Those who stand at work say that it helps them stay focused, avoid feeling they need a nap in the afternoon and even helps them shed pounds. Famous
'GMA's' Fall Book Roundup
Many of the year's hottest by the biggest authors on bookstore shelves right now. And we run ups on the season's best and Janice Kaplan are not novelists who contributed at least I should tell us all about them and you are starting out with my might be treat. This summer's this book is just