In this episode, we hear the legendary action star talk candidly about his most famous scene — and other stunts he says he honestly thought might kill him. Some nearly did.
The 'Daily Show' correspondent also lists his three favorite interviews on the fake news show and warns Jon Stewart of a potential John Oliver takeover.
"Sleep can be overrated," the ELLE magazine creative director and reality television host tells Asia Society.
The man who helped Psy break big in America on helping more Asians and Asian Americans gain exposure in mainstream media.
The recent 'Top Chef' winner talks about eating her weight in Doritos off camera during the show, and lists her favorite people to follow on Twitter.
We reached out to the CNN International anchor and self-professed "media junkie," "China nerd" and "geek mom" via email.
ChinaFile Managing Editor Jonathan Landreth tells Huffington Post Live he expects Hollywood producers such as those that made Iron Man 3 to continue to look for ways to tap into China's growing moviegoing market.
"I see myself as a part of the whole human race," says Filipino American turntable master, "and am here to make humanity move forward."
The first Vietnamese player in National Football League history is now a sports talk radio personality in San Antonio.
The Director of the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center weighs in on the rising political clout of APAs and his experiences as part of the extended first family.
The Indian American fitness dynamo chats candidly on entrepreneurship, rocking Masala Bhangra in Japan, and the family tragedy that first inspired her.