Bill reads three news-related limericks: High Speed Insult Service; Teddy Bare; Walk to the Nearest Couch.
More questions for the panel: Lord Schocktham; Delta Air Wick; Very, Very Smiley.
Our panelists tell three stories about soccer moms making the news is a surprising way, only one of which is true.
Bill Kurtis reads three quotes from the week's news: Contagion; Anchor Away; Gingko Bulloba.
The approximately 8,000 rolls, with images of the territory's unpopular Beijing-appointed chief executive, were confiscated from a factory on the mainland.
Doonan got his start designing the famous display windows at the Barneys clothing boutique in New York. So we'll ask him three questions about another sort of windows — Microsoft Windows.
The oil-on-canvas entitled Nafea Faa Ipoipo (When Will You Marry?) was produced in 1892 during the first of two trips to Polynesia by the French Post-Impressionist.
Warm temperatures and dwindling snow have shaken even the toughest mushers. Alaskans are worried about the future of their state sport.
February is Black History Month — but it's also a month to celebrate the lost art of letter writing. K. Tempest Bradford examines the overlap, and recommends some good historical letter collections.
So, what to expect if Congress takes up the long-overdue rewrite of the main federal education law? We talk to some of the players.
Cooper says the conversation about American Sniper is moving way the film's message about vets; the prequel to Breaking Bad is as good as its parent series; Linden talks about his new book Touch.
The German chancellor and her French counterpart, Francois Hollande, want to keep Washington from arming the rebels as part of a peace deal they are trying to forge.