Dick Cavett sat down with New Day to discuss his new book, "Brief Encounters: Conversations, Magic Moments, and Assorted Hijinks."
He says it came about because somebody pointed out that he had "an appropriate number [of stories published] to get out another book and hustle it and go on people's shows and pretend it's not 'plugola.'"
(Plugola? Is that spelled right?)
The stories, regardless of plugola, are fascinating. Cavett recounts experiences with the likes of James Gandolfini, John Lennon and more. Watch the interview for a taste of what's in the book.
It's coming. Any day now...
The St. Louis County grand jury charged with deciding whether Officer Darren Wilson should stand trial in the shooting of Michael Brown technically has until January to make its decision, but the prosecutor's office has said a decision could come in mid-November.
The ruling will mark the climax in a story that turned Ferguson, Missouri, into a flashpoint of racial tension. Peaceful protests, interspersed with violence and looting at times, became the storyline in the months following the August 9 shooting.
That is predicted to be the case again when the grand jury's decision is announced.
From his cell in a maximum security prison, terrorist Zacarias Moussaoui is reviving old allegations and making new ones against al Qaeda and a handful of Saudi royals.
The 46-year old French national is claiming that Saudi Embassy officials were involved in a plot to shoot down Air Force One to assassinate Bill Clinton and/or Hillary Clinton during a trip to the United Kingdom.
The four men killed in Tuesday's synagogue attack in Jerusalem were, according to Israeli police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld: Rabbi Aryeh Kopinsky, 43; Rabbi Avraham Shmuel Goldberg, 58; Rabbi Calman Levine; and Rabbi Moshe Twersky, 59.
Three of the men killed in the attack were dual Israeli-U.S. citizens, and the fourth was a dual British-Israeli citizen, according to Rosenfeld. The FBI will investigate because of three of the victims were U.S. citizens, a U.S. law enforcement official said.