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In 'Chasing Hillary,' Reporter Chronicles A Decade Spent Covering Hillary Clinton

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Talking With Author Sam J. Miller About 'Blackfish City: A Novel'

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New Book 'Windrush' Sheds Light On Multi-Racial Britain

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'The Only Story': An Old Man Recalls His Young Love For An Older Woman

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Novelist Richard Powers Finds New Stories Deep In Old Growth Forests

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In War on Peace: The End of Diplomacy and the Decline of American Influence, Ronan Farrow writes about his time at the State Department and describes what he sees as a dangerous whittling away of the agency's influence. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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'Shoot First, Ask Questions Later': Ronan Farrow On A Diplomacy-Less State Department

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James Comey To 'Fresh Air': The FBI Isn't 'On Anybody's Side'

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Ex-FBI Chief Comey Reflects On Circumstances Surrounding His Firing

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Former FBI Director James Comey's new book is called A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, And Leadership. Elias Williams for NPR hide caption

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James Comey Says FBI 'Would Be Worse Today' If Not For His Actions

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Former FBI Director Comey Discusses How He Views Trump's Conduct In New Book

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After A Journey Through The Lone Star State, Author Concludes: 'The Future Is Texas'

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Demonstrators raise Libyan flags at a national unity demonstration in Tripoli's Martyrs' Square in 2012. Courtesy of Frederic Wehrey hide caption

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In 'The Burning Shores,' Libya Blossoms — Briefly — Before Unraveling

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Madeleine Albright On Syria, Pompeo, North Korea

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Julie Holzhauer stands among her family's possessions after being evicted from her home in Centennial, Colo., in 2011. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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First-Ever Evictions Database Shows: 'We're In the Middle Of A Housing Crisis'

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How Globalized Capitalism Drives Worldwide Fear And Discontentment

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'Heads Of The Colored People' Takes On The Pressures Of Being 'The Only One'

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In 'Varina,' A Confederate Contemplates Her Complicity

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Chrissy Metz plays Kate on the NBC's This Is Us. Ron Batzdorff/NBC hide caption

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'This Is Us' Star Chrissy Metz Retraces Her Journey From Agent To Actress

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How Rodgers And Hammerstein Revolutionized Broadway

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