1. The NAFTA debate between Al Gore and Ross Perot -- It's an obvious choice for me. It changed history. Bill Clinton called the next day to say that NAFTA never would have passed without that show. So all things considered, I chose this for its impact and importance -- it had the largest viewership in cable history at the time. So that's why it's my number one.
I never thought that this show would last 25 years -- I didn't even know it would be a success. I took it on kind of a dare. There was a three-year deal with Ted Turner, but I had an option to get out after a year. I never thought I'd be on worldwide, or we'd have the kind of impact we've had on elections and cable in general.
From his glittering white glove and golden throne, to his Swarvoski-studded costumes and a treasured carousel horse, a new Michael Jackson show offers an eye-popping look at the King of Pop's extravagant lifestyle and peculiar private tastes.
After a private Mediterranean cruise with 12 pals that sailed from August 12 through 16 along the French Riviera, Leonardo DiCaprio got an early jump on Labor Day by going back to work Monday in Paris for his latest movie, "Inception," directed by "Dark Knight's" Christopher Nolan and which started shooting in London last month.
Editta Sherman has celebrated more than half a century's worth of new years in her palatial studio apartment above New York's Carnegie Hall. But it's unlikely the celebrated portrait photographer will be raising her glass there next year.
Paul Newman, the legendary actor whose steely blue eyes, good-humored charm and advocacy of worthy causes made him one of the most renowned figures in American arts, has died of cancer at his home in Westport, Connecticut. He was 83.
Roger Federer's reign at No. 1 has ended after almost five years. I think it would be appropriate for you to dedicate a front thanking Mr. Federer for giving athletes and fans a five-year lesson on how to carry yourself when you're a champion. He's a class act on and off the court. In my case, I didn't follow tennis before him and now I love the sport. He's a real hero and inspiration for millions. I hope you honor him the way he deserves because even though his career is far from over, we don't know if he'll ever be number one again. Thanks. -- Alejandro Arias, Mexico
From your own slice of paradise to your own thoroughbred, this month on Art of Life we explore the best way to invest your money. Whether it is cars, racehorses or your own private island, we tell you how to channel your money into less traditional investments.
For all its gorgeous white-sand beaches, the Puerto Rican island of Vieques hasn't caught up to its Caribbean neighbors when it comes to lodging. Next year, Starwood will open a W Hotel there, and that's sure to jump-start the competition. All the more reason to visit these stylish, unpretentious guesthouses right now.
Video game giant Electronic Arts (EA) is making an offer you can't refuse: an invitation to step into the shoes of a Corleone to see if you can work your way up to become don of the infamous Mafia family from the classic film "The Godfather."
Robert Blake may have been suspect No. 1 in his wife's murder, but that didn't stop the lead investigator from considering hundreds of other potential clues, the detective testified on the stand Thursday in the "Baretta" star's murder trial.
Marlon Brando, the stage and screen actor whose performances in "A Streetcar Named Desire," "On the Waterfront" and "The Godfather" earned him plaudits as one of the greatest actors of all time, has died, his attorney said. He was 80.
Peter Gotti -- the boss of the Gambino crime family and brother of the late mafia kingpin, John Gotti -- was sentenced to nine-and-a-half years in prison for money laundering and racketeering, authorities said Thursday.