The forgotten story of an unlikely feminist antihero, whose hunger for experience jeopardized multiple lives and imperiled some of America’s most closely held secrets during World War II.
Brian J. Boeck explores the disputed legacy of Mikhail Sholokhov.
How a powerful Russian propaganda machine chips away at Western notions of truth
In “Disciples,” Douglas Waller chronicles the World War II careers of four future CIA directors.
The one-eyed Omar became a charismatic commander and elusive enemy of the United States.
Cyrus M. Copeland describes his father’s ordeal at the time of the U.S. hostage crisis in Iran in 1979.
Robert L. Grenier, former CIA station chief, details the absurd, ad hoc world of the U.S. in Afghanistan after 9/11
For the first time in English, the author’s reminiscence of the Gorky Institute for World Literature in 1958
Brian Moynahan recounts the power of Shostakovich’s music during the Siege of Leningrad
The crash was first reported by Navy officials early Friday. One pilot has been recovered and is in fair condition.