Ken Starr’s new book offers a cogent, vigorous defense of religious liberty.

In his fascinating new book, Ronald C. White amplifies Abe’s Euclidean approach to thinking.

Cross-Examining History

The former first lady's devotion and political prowess are ably captured in Julia Sweig’s new biography.

Cross-Examining History

In his new book, Walter Isaacson expertly chronicles the science — and scientists — behind CRISPR.

Cross-Examining History

A new book makes the case for the unique greatness of Eisenhower’s leadership.

Cross-Examining History

H.W. Brands’ The Zealot and the Emancipator deftly recounts two martyrs' disparate approaches to ending slavery.

Cross-Examining History

The Man Who Ran Washington recounts James Baker’s masterful orchestration of his role as consummate dealmaker in the nation’s capital.

Cross-Examining History

In The Presidents vs. the Press, Harold Holzer ably delineates the long-drawn battle lines between the media and the Oval Office.