History & Politics

History & Politics

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Anatomy of Innocence explores the growing trend of wrongful convictions by featuring the true stories of exonerees told by mystery and thriller writers. This...

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Josh King got his start in presidential advance work watching Ronald Reagan, and served in Bill Clinton’s White House for five years as director...

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This may be a big season for fiction, but that doesn’t mean that this fall will bring skimpy nonfiction picks. In fact, quite the...

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It’s not mysterious: R. D. Rosen is a great mystery writer. But in his newest book, Such Good Girls: The Journey of the Holocaust’s...

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You may know him best as the friendly face telling you what’s happening in your neck of the woods every morning on NBC, but...

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In April 1940, the German military entered Denmark and began occupation. They met little resistance from the nation’s leaders, who felt fighting would only...

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In Michele Young-Stone’s Above Us Only Sky, a young girl is born with a pair of wings. Years after they’re surgically removed, she connects...

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Once the largest passenger ship in the world, she now lies at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. The sinking of the RMS Lusitania...

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Sometimes the truth really is stranger than fiction. Whether you’re in the mood to read about a sex scandal in a 19th century convent,...

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