Alice Eve Cohen On 'What I Thought I Knew'

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Debunking Conspiracy Theories In 'Voodoo Histories'

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Sean Carroll On The Mysteries Of Time

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Can Bosses Do That? As It Turns Out, Yes They Can

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The Ramones in a 1981 promotional photograph. Joey Ramone is second from left. Sire Records/Getty Images hide caption

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Joey Ramone, As His Brother Remembers Him

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Reliving The Ninth Century With Bernard Cornwell

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Goodell's most recent book, Big Coal: The Dirty Secret Behind America's Energy Future, considers the perils of coal dependency in America. Eric Etheridge hide caption

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'As the World Burns': The Politics Of Climate Change

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Thomas Ricks is a veteran journalist and senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security, a bipartisan think tank that studies national security issues. Alex Wong/Getty hide caption

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As Iraq Elections Near, Few Prospects For A U.S. Exit

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Fighting Cybercrime, One Digital Thug At A Time

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Gregory Koger, Explaining The American Filibuster

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Garry Wills other books include "Negro President": Jefferson and the Slave Power and a multi-volume biography of Saint Augustine. Charles Rex Arbogast/AP hide caption

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Changing A Nation: The Power Of The A-Bomb

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Former eBay CEO Shares Her Values In A New Book

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Shankar Vedantam is a science writer for The Washington Post and a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University. Gary Knight hide caption

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How 'The Hidden Brain' Does The Thinking For Us

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New Author Steps Out With 'Glass Feet'

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The 'Thousand-Day Queen': Anne Boleyn was Henry VIII's lover for more than half a decade, but once married and crowned, she was his queen and consort for only three years. hide caption

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Alison Weir, Arguing The Case For Anne Boleyn

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