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Everyone's favorite guru, Dr. Phil McGraw, says he's a yes-man, a homebody and a suit who has been there, done that
The hardworking queen of country music celebrates turning 84 by recording a new album — and digging in the dirt
From good cop to bad cop, here’s a range of his memorable characters
The 'House of Lies' actor talks about his directorial debut with 'Miles Ahead'
The veteran folk rocker talks about 'This Path Tonight,' his first solo album in 14 years
Oscar-winning actress Sally Field gets candid about owning her age, the double standard for women in Hollywood and parenting by example.
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Prepping your home for sale? These nine home improvement projects are worth considering
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A former prison chef, offers a gripping tale about a family of skunks — and the complexities of human nature
Are today's young adults really helpless narcissists? And if so — whose fault is that? An inquiry
In a new book, Anderson Cooper lowers his guard, while his mother, Gloria Vanderbilt, shatters her image as a privileged socialite
Phillip Hollywood, who was a 19-year-old fire controlman aboard the destroyer USS Melvin, recounts history's last great surface naval battle.
Filmmaker Ken Burns shares a special family bond with our nation's parks
Colorado couple is on a quest to visit all 59 National Parks
A biologist loves living off the Badlands park
Novelist taps into the mystery of a Pacific Northwest rain forest
A poet brings her flute to the hushed Painted Desert
Great-great-grandson of Theodore Roosevelt on the importance of the National Park system
A mountaineer riffs on his favorite rocks at Joshua Tree
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