Robert Mnookin, author of “Bargaining with the Devil,” speaks with economics correspondent Paul Solman about the rewards and challenges of negotiations. Continue reading
Singer Rosanne Cash, daughter of the legendary Johnny Cash, speaks with Jeffrey Brown about her book “Composed” and performs a song. Continue reading
In this day and age, much communication is done by e-mail, text messages, Twitter and other forms of digital communication. William Powers, author of “Hamlet’s Blackberry: A Practical Philosophy for Building a Good Life in the Digital Age,” explains how disconnecting from our screens may help us reconnect with our lives. Continue reading
Veteran journalist Charles Peters, founder of Washington Monthly, talks with Judy Woodruff about his new book on the presidency of Lyndon Johnson. Continue reading
Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on one doctor’s mission to promote a hands-on approach to healing and diagnosis. He speaks with doctor and author Abraham Verghese. Continue reading
“Globish” Author Robert McCrum explains to Ray Suarez why the English language went global and how it has become the first worldwide language. Continue reading
Thursday on the NewsHour, a book about war that has stood the test of time. Jeffrey Brown talks to Tim O’Brien about his landmark work, “The Things They Carried,” a piece of fiction based on the author’s experience serving in the Vietnam War.