Kati Marton is the author of eight books, including, most recently, The New York Times bestseller Paris—a Love Story.

What Would Richard Do?

Our great diplomat—and my late husband—would be a one-man wrecking crew today, pulverizing the misinformation spouted by the President-elect. Who will step up in his absence?

Glenn Beck's smearing of George Soros echoes the anti-Semitic attacks of the Hungarian far right and is a perverse twisting of his experience with the Nazis, says Kati Marton. It would be laughable if the Fox host didn't command such a huge audience.

Islamic terrorists are no more representatives of their religion than Nazis or Communists were of Christianity. Kati Marton on calling a spade a spade.

In CBS' The Courageous Heart of Irena Sendler, Anna Paquin brilliantly portrays an unsung Catholic Pole who saved Jews during World War II. Kati Marton on why the movie is a must-see.

Whether she’s the second coming of Jackie Kennedy, Eleanor Roosevelt or even Dolley Madison, Michelle Obama will be a transforming First Lady—and vital to her husband’s success. Kati Marton examines the state of their union.