A high-spirited interview with Lin-Manuel Miranda, the creator and star of 'In the Heights,' which won the Tony for Best Musical.
Faith and news analyst Brian Donovan take a look at this weekend's White House Correspondents Dinner.
Faith talks to LA Times reporter Chris Lee about the innovative new ways that moviemakers are marketing their films.
Award-winning novelist Mat Johnson talks about his new graphic novel Incognegro, which tells the story of a light-skinned black man who goes undercover among southern whites to investigate lynchings.
Harvard medical sociologist Nicholas Christakis talks to Faith about his study about how conditions such as depression and obesity is contagious.
Actor-director David Schwimmer speaks with Faith Salie about his new film "Run Fatboy Run."
New music from Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks. The legendary frontman of Pavement performs music from his new album, "Real Emotional Trash."
John McKay talks about the 2006 dismissal of nine U.S. Attorneys, of which he was one, and the new lawsuit between Congress and the White House over the release of information related to the firings.
Legendary Star Trek star Leonard Nimoy talks to Faith about his new book of photography, "The Full Body Project."
Faith talks to journalist Katy Vince about the broad failure of abstinence education programs in the state of Texas, as described in her new Texas Monthly article, ?Faith, Hope and Chastity.?
Faith talks to former death row chaplain Pastor Carroll Pickett about his time in the Walls prison unit in Huntsville, Texas, and his role in the new documentary, "At the Death House Door."