The authors of four books courageously stand up to their party without owning their own role in making it.
Recapping the most memorable books of the year.
Across a lifetime of diaries and letters, he blended duty, arrogance, intelligence, empathy, strategy, humor, confusion and candor. If only he’d put it all together.
The president’s brand of politics has given many Americans permission to embrace their latent hatreds.
Eight books that argue over how to balance the individual against the collective.
Review of "The Fifth Risk" by Michael Lewis
Review of "Good and Mad: The Revolutionary Power of Women's Anger" by Rebecca Traister and "Rage Becomes Her: The Power of Women's Anger" by Soraya Chemaly
Hagiographies of the president share seven core traits.
Five books grapple with the era of ‘alternative facts.’
It’s impossible to understand Russia’s motivations and tactics without looking backward.