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  • Truth in Our Times: Inside the Fight for Press Freedom in the Age of Alternative Facts
    Laws regarding leaks, libel, and Freedom of Information Act requests are explained thoroughly, with McCraw believing “there was still something right about a system where you had a chance to stand up to your government in a court of law.”
  • Formation: A Memoir
    Raised in a New England Christian community, Dostie enlisted in the army in 2000 right out of high school.
  • Savage News (Original)
    ATN reporter Natalie Savage has finally gotten her chance to cover the White House, but a long-term gig isn’t a done deal.
  • Chumps to Champs: How the Worst Teams in Yankees History Led to the 90's Dynasty
    New York Times sportswriter Pennington (Billy Martin; The Heisman) draws on his decades of reporting to offer a fast-paced, insider history of the 1990s New York Yankees.
  • Inside an Honor Killing: A Father and a Daughter Tell Their Story
    Readers with interests in global feminism, LGBTQ issues, human rights, or contemporary Middle Eastern culture will want to take a look at this sincere quest to understand the phenomenon.
  • The Stonewall Riots: A Documentary History
    History professor Stein (Rethinking the Gay and Lesbian Movement) presents a comprehensive collection of 200 transcribed documents from the early stages of the LGBTQ rights movement, centered around the riots at the Stonewall Inn.
  • The Twenty-Six Words That Created the Internet
    Naval Academy cyberscience professor and Pulitzer finalist for reporting, insightfully analyzes Section 230 of the Telecommunications Act of 1995, which grants internet service providers near-complete immunity from lawsuits over content posted by their users.
  • The Trials of Richard Goldstone
    Goldstone’s lifelong battle for human rights began in his home country, where, in various roles, he challenged basic tenets of apartheid and helped to facilitate the country’s successful transition to democracy as head of the Commission of Inquiry Regarding the Prevention of Public Violence and Intimidation
  • Scuffletown: A Willie Black Mystery
    ., newspaper reporter Willie Black (after 2017’s The Devil’s Triangle) opens with Black’s editor alerting him to reports of a fight in Scuffletown Park.
  • Millennium Saga Collection
    Lisbeth’s reporter ally, Mikael Blomkvist, is working on a story for Millennium about rising far-right politician Sten Windoff and his Swedish Republican Party.
  • Downriver: Into the Future of Water in the West
    In an energizing mix of travelogue and investigative journalism, Hansman, a raft guide and environmental reporter, provides a straightforward elucidation of the mind-bogglingly complicated subject of water rights in the American West.
  • A Human's Guide to Machine Intelligence: How Algorithms Are Shaping Our Lives and How We Can Stay in Control
    In a concluding section, Hosanagar proposes a bill of rights for people affected by algorithms (that is to say, almost everyone), a well-intentioned idea that comes across as impractical.
  • America, Compromised
    He asks readers to move beyond simplistically viewing ethics as “the project of naming the good and the right so as to rally us against the wrong.”
  • Boss of Black Brooklyn: The Life and Times of Bertram L. Baker
    This shines a necessary light on an all-but-forgotten black politician from the pre–civil rights era.
  • Where You Go: Life Lessons from My Father
    There are rules—the “rule of three things” (faith, studies, and health) and the “Pence Rule” (the only woman he will have dinner with is his wife)—and plenty of quotes from the vice president: “Do the right thing.

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