Congress expert Norman Ornstein on what the debate over the debt limit says about dysfunction in Congress, and his ideas for how to fix it.
Candice Bergen has had a lengthy career on TV, in film and on stage – she was on Broadway as recently as last year. But for many her name remains synonymous with her smart, tough TV sitcom character Murphy Brown, a role for which Bergen won five Emmys. The character mirrored some parts of Bergen’s own life: Becoming a mother later than her peers, balancing relationships and parenting with a demanding, high-profile job. Now, at 68, Bergen reflects on the people and experiences that have made up her own story: namely, the three great loves of her life. Actress Candice Bergen joins Diane for a conversation about her career, marriage and love.
- Candice Bergen Actress and author of the new memoir "A Fine Romance"
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Video: Murphy Brown And Aretha Franklin
In this scene from her well-known sitcom, Candice Bergen, as Murphy Brown, has a scene with the Queen of Soul
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