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Biography.com follows Katie Couric's TV journalism career, from ABC desk assistant to co-anchor of <i>Today</i>, to becoming the first solo female anchor of <i>CBS Evening News</i>, and hosting her own talk show, <i>Katie</i>.

Howard Stern has projected himself into radio, movies, books and television—earning his self-proclaimed title 'King of All Media.' Learn more at Biography.com.

Critical essayist Susan Sontag was the cultural analyst and novelist who wrote <i>On Photography</i>, <i>Illness as Metaphor</i> and <i>The Volcano Lover</i>. Learn more at Biography.com.

Senator Rand Paul, son of Congressman Ron Paul, has generated his fair share of political controversy. Learn more about him at Biography.com.

Learn more about Khalil Gibran, the philosophical essayist, novelist, poet and artist who wrote <i>The Prophet</i>, a book of poetic essays that achieved cult status, at Biography.com.

Biography.com presents the inspiring career of broadcast journalist Diane Sawyer, who blazed a trail for women TV anchors from 60 Minutes to ABC World News.

With his brothers Barry and Robin, Maurice Gibb was a member in the Bee Gees, one of the top musical groups of the 1970s with such hits as "Jive Talkin."

Broadcast journalist Charles Osgood is best known as the former anchor of <i>CBS Morning News</i>, <i>the Sunday Night News</i> and <i>Sunday Morning</i>. Learn more at Biography.com.