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Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller is sworn in before testifying on July 24, 2019 before a House Judiciary Committee hearing about his report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Getty Images hide caption

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A Lead Prosecutor On Mueller's Team Weighs In On Where The Investigation Fell Short

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'The Bomb' Presents A 'Secret History' Of Nuclear War Planning In America

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Reporter Investigates Political Meddling In The Fight Against COVID-19

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Forbes journalist Dan Alexander writes about the president's potential conflicts of interest in White House, Inc. "You can't have a blind trust and have a building that says 'Trump Tower' on the outside of [it]," Alexander says. "How blind is that?" Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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'White House, Inc.' Author: Trump's Businesses Offer 'A Million Potential Conflicts'

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A collection of current and past presidential advertising materials hangs on a wall in the visitor center of the New Hampshire State House in Concord, N.H. Joseph Prezioso/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Collect Data, Influence Votes: 'If Then' Traces The Genesis Of Data-Driven Politics

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'Homeland Elegies' Novelist Reflects On Homesickness And The Immigrant Experience

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Former FBI Agent Addresses Post-Sept. 11 Torture In Newly Declassified Book

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'The Quiet Americans' Examines Tragic Miscalculations In The CIA's Formative Years

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'Reaganland' Author Revisits The Roots Of American Conservatism

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Journalist Enters The World Of QAnon: 'It's Almost Like A Bad Spy Novel'

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In 1945, an Allied war correspondent stands in the ruins of Hiroshima, weeks after an atomic bomb leveled the Japanese city. AP Photo hide caption

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'Fallout' Tells The Story Of The Journalist Who Exposed The 'Hiroshima Cover-Up'

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Author Carl Hiaasen Skewers Palm Beach And Florida Life In 'Squeeze Me'

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'Immigration Nation' Filmmakers: 'The System Chews Up People'

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"I've never heard any Republican officeholder speak of President Trump as if he should be president," says GOP strategist Stuart Stevens. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Veteran GOP Strategist Takes On Trump — And His Party — In 'It Was All A Lie'

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'Satchel' Recalls The Iconic Pitcher Who Helped Integrate Major League Baseball

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