Richard Ford's parents were ordinary people, "all but un-noticeable to the world's disinterested eye." But the acclaimed writer still decided to write a memoir of their lives because, to him, being their son felt like a privilege. And more simply, he missed them. Ford offers his humble opinion on the power of memoir to make us remember what’s most vital to us.

More videos

UK vs. US over intel leaks?
Fox Business 25 May 2017 16:09 CEST

UK vs. US over intel leaks?