Jaron Lanier ponders technology — and virtual reality — in search of the future.
A.J. Jacobs delves into DNA genealogy and wonders, Why can’t we all just get along?
Florent Groberg recounts his journey from France to heroism in the U.S. military
John Prados explores the sins of the agency in hopes of driving out its malevolent spirits.
In ‘The Dawn of Detroit,’ Tiya Miles gives voice to the enslaved and indigenous people who helped build the city
The author of “Emma” endured boorish men and knew the importance of sisterhood.
David Patrikarakos explores how the shaping of perceptions online is key to battlefield success.
A gorgeous, massive anthology compiles all the strips that featured Charlie Brown’s dog.
“They Can’t Kill Us Until They Kill Us” is a breathtaking collection of essays.
‘Balancing Acts: Behind the Scenes at London’s National Theatre,’ by Nicholas Hytner