Historian Douglas Brinkley on America's Grand, Improbable Race to the Moon
The risk of that moon mission was just unbelievably high.
In 'Reaching for the Moon,' a NASA 'Computer,' Recounts Her Career
"You are no better than anyone else, and nobody else is better than you."
'Three Sheets': Shipshape Book Explores Nautical Terms
Yankee sailor Cynthia Barrett chronicles the "inherited idiomatic nautical language" that adds so much spice to our language.
Betrayal and Revenge in Brad Thor's Latest SEAL Thriller
The 19th novel featuring stalwart ex-Navy SEAL Scot Harvath chewed up by a system that discards him like last week's trash.
Evasive Maneuvers: Detailing the Pursuit of a WWI Draft Dodger
Grover Cleveland Bergdoll's story is both astonishing and alarming.
Compelling Look at the First Presidential Impeachment
This is a compulsively readable, meticulously researched and passionately suspenseful story of Andrew Johnson's impeachment.
This Gorgeous Book on NASA's Glory Days Will Inspire the Astronaut in All of Us
In the pages of "NASA Archives" there's a return to wonder, and perhaps even a call to once again ponder the great beyond.
'The Listeners' Recounts New London's Major Role in Countering WWI U-Boat Threat
A new book by a veteran Sound Lab engineer chronicles the Allies' desperate effort to defeat the U-boats.
Vietnam Vet Dave Robicheaux is Back in James Lee Burke's 'New Iberia Blues'
Burke's prose is as powerful as ever, his engagement with the dark corridors of America's past just as deep.