The Pulitzer Prize-winning writer’s new book looks at American racism through the lens of India’s entrenched social hierarchicy.

Edward Ball sketches a portrait of his Klansman ancestor, a Black victim and post-Civil War New Orleans.

  • Erik Gleibermann
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Jim McCloskey describes how his faith fueled his work, and how his work tested his faith.

  • Barbara Bradley Hagerty
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Eric Posner looks back at previous demagogues to evaluate President Trump.

  • Colin Woodard
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Robert Weintraub explores the mystery of the glamorous, groundbreaking Alice Marble.

  • Liz Robbins
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Lesley M.M. Blume tells the story of John Hersey’s influential article on the bomb’s aftermath.

  • Katie Hafner
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“George Harrison on George Harrison,” edited by Ashley Kahn, collects interviews and TV appearances the Beatle gave during his too-short life.

  • Sibbie O'Sullivan
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Trethewey’s memoir is a tribute to a life snuffed out by a brutal man, a fractured judicial system and a patriarchy as old as Methuselah.

  • Lisa Page
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Wendy Williams explores the mysteries of butterflies and our fascination with them.

  • Adrian Woolfson
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Michael D’Antonio recounts the many attempts to bring about her downfall.

  • Joe Klein
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