Baba Ramdev renounced the material world. So why is he selling toothpaste, instant noodles and toilet cleaner?
Mother, sister, wife, magnate.
The actor sets out to save his career — and his soul.
Felix Sater has been cast as a Russian mafioso, a career criminal and a key business associate of President Donald Trump — but he spent more than two decades as an intelligence asset who helped the US government track terrorists (including Osama bin Laden) and mobsters.
He became a rock legend by embracing the past. Now, the last guitar hero is trying to figure out how to live in the future.
Dave Ramsey has spent 25 years helping radio listeners climb out of debt. What does he see behind their economic anxiety?
In America’s largest retirement community, Gary Ingram battles a disease that will eventually take everything from you.
With "Angels in America" about to reopen on Broadway, the 61-year-old playwright is feeling serene — at least by his own intense standards. Don't get him started on the president, though.
From the shadow of his father, Dusty Rhodes, to a global star on the outside of WWE, he’s finally got control of his story line.
GQ spoke to the mayor of FlavorTown about how he loves to travel (via RV, natch), what he packs in his carry-on and how he kills a hangover.
Most voters have never heard of him. He's running against Ted Cruz. And a Texas Democrat hasn't won a statewide election in nearly 25 years. So why the hell does the El Paso congressman think he has a shot to win a Senate seat?
Dave's Killer Bread has become a cult favorite across the nation, drawing in both health-conscious consumers and those who root for second chances in life. But you won't find the full story on the bread packaging. The man behind the brand is finally ready to tell it.
An ode to the beating heart of "The Simpsons," a role model to a generation of women — and to Yeardley Smith, who's been bringing Lisa to life for 30 years.
The creator of "Atlanta" wants TV to tell hard truths. Is the audience ready?
Marc Dolce left Nike for Adidas in 2014 — and is just getting started on envisioning the future of the company.
He may be "very zen" at the moment, but he's still got plenty to say about everything — including an infamous 2002 bar brawl and, of course, his brother Noel.
“I learned that I’m a powerful woman because I don’t have to say much to be heard,” says the R&B star and double Oscar nominee.
A New Orleans football legend reached the pinnacle of the sport. Then everything came crashing down.
After a sudden and not entirely welcome rise to fame, the comedian has found his place with the deliciously absurd quasi-sitcom "Baskets."
America is in a tough spot right now. Even at 19 years old, R&B wunderkind Khalid gets that. But he's optimistic because his music (and his fellow teens) are going to take this country to a better place — they have to.
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