CNN's Nischelle Turner reports on "The Iran Job", a new documentary which profiles Kevin Sheppard, an American who went to Iran to play basketball and found himself in the middle of the Green Revolution.
Carole Simpson, the moderator of the first town hall Presidential Debate in 1992, shares her thoughts with Brooke about how she prepared for a format that had never been used before.
CNN's Michael Holmes talks with M-Net's President , Ted Kim about "K-Con", an event that focused on Korean culture.
Victor Blackwell talks to best selling author Ken Follett about his epic 8-hour miniseries “World without End.”
Pew: 70% of people believe in God, but 1 in 5 have no religious affiliation. This Faces of Faith examines the argument for and against “spiritual but not religious”.
CNN's Fredricka Whitfield talks to physicist Lawrence Krauss about the future of space travel.
Former astronaut Leroy Chiao reflects on the end of the shuttle program and his time aboard Endeavour with CNN's Fredricka Whitfield.
Reader's Digest asks revealing, offbeat questions to the presidential candidates. CNN's Fredricka Whitfield speaks with the editor about the interviews.