Ken Burns and Lynn Novick portray an insecure, vain, depressed, unfaithful, visionary modernist in PBS’s “Hemingway”, and reframe his complicated place in the literary canon.
Scott Porch is a contributing writer for The Daily Beast on books and politics. He is also a podcast producer for Starburns Audio and a contributing writer for Decider.
Don’t count on a sudden wave of bipartisanship, says former Senate aide Adam Jentleson.
One of the smartest things Washington, Adams, Jefferson, and Madison put into the Constitution was a way to fix it, says journalist and historian Thomas E. Ricks.
Think 2020 has been crazy? Read “October Surprise,” in which reporter Devlin Barrett traces the FBI’s cascade of missteps that led to the surprise election of Donald Trump.
In Rick Perlstein’s "Reaganland," Jimmy Carter beat the Republicans’ Southern Strategy in 1976 but got overwhelmed by it in 1980. What happened in between?
The Vox founder argues in a new book that political polarization is real—but not the problem we think it is.
Podcast host and former Obama speechwriter Jon Favreau goes to Pennsylvania, Florida, Wisconsin, and Arizona and talks to Obama voters who strayed from Democrats in 2020.
The revolutionaries take center stage in “Music: A Subversive History,” a big dive into the under-explored lives of the visionaries who bend the establishment toward their sound.
The conservative columnist and author argues that “we have to clear the ground and remove this awful presence from our lives.”
What does history’s magic 8-ball say about how we wound up with Donald Trump? Two historians try to supply the context.