“Someone Who Will Love You in All Your Damaged Glory” is a hilarious, poignant short-story collection.
Ash Carter airs his thoughts on women in combat, the media, Susan Rice and Hamid Karzai.
James Lacey argues that infighting in Washington was key to America’s success.
Eric Liu says the nation needs a “civic religion” to restore its hope and purpose.
Elizabeth R. Varon offers a novel explanation for what motivated the conflict.
Anna Fifield traces the North Korean leader’s rise, ruthlessness and surprising openness.
Thurston Clarke recounts how a handful of Americans evacuated 130,000 South Vietnamese.
John Domini’s novel “The Color Inside a Melon” pushes readers beyond the expected.
Taffy Brodesser-Akner brings to her first novel the currency of a dating app and the wisdom of a Greek tragedy.
Some of the story — well, the whole premise, too — feels awfully familiar.