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Trailing Clinton through all of the highs and lows of the most noxious and wildly dramatic presidential election in American history, Chozick comes to understand what drove Clinton, how she accomplished what no woman had before, and why she ultimately failed. Poignant, illuminating, laugh-out-loud funny, Chasing Hillary is a campaign book like never before that reads like a fast-moving political novel.
Dodge City, Kansas, is a place of legend. The town that started as a small military site exploded with the coming of the railroad, cattle drives, eager miners, settlers, and various entrepreneurs passing through to populate the expanding West. By the s, Dodge City was known as the most violent and turbulent town in the West.
Enter Wyatt Earp and Bat Masterson. Young and largely self-trained men, the lawmen led the effort that established frontier justice and the rule of law in the American West, and did it in the wickedest place in the United States. But before long Wyatt and Bat, each having had a lawman brother killed, returned to that threatened western Kansas town to team up to restore order again in what became known as the Dodge City War before riding off into the sunset.
In The Naturopathica Effect, Barbara cuts through the trends and buzzwords of the beauty world to offer a refreshingly simple, holistic approach to skin health.
Not your traditional beauty book, The Naturopathica Effect approaches beauty in the way Barbara does, through the lens of health. Readers will discover how clean skin care, smart food choices, herbal remedies and enjoyable wellness rituals can transform how they look and feel, with time-tested advice for true and lasting results. But then they meet again. And then, finally, they find themselves with a deep yet fragile connection that will change the course of their relationship—possibly forever.
Follow Eve and Ben as they navigate their twenties on a winding journey through first jobs, first dates, and first breakups; through first reunions, first betrayals and, maybe, first love. This is When Harry Met Sally reimagined; a charming tale told from two unapologetically original points of view. Just as there is junk food, there is junk love. And like junk food, junk love is fast, convenient, attractively packaged, widely available, superficially tasty—and leaves you hungering for more.
And both junk food and junk love require enormous amounts of willpower to resist. Social media and online dating sites have become the supermarkets of our relationship lives. You have to wade through rows of cupcakes and potato chips to find the produce aisle, where those relationships grounded in intimacy and trust live—the ones worth your investment.
A diet book for romantic relationships, Love Rules first asks women to re-assess the way they think about their relationships, and then helps them use that newfound awareness to navigate their love lives more successfully in this very modern, fast-paced—and often lonely—digital age. In these pages leading media exec and former Editor in Chief of Cosmopolitan and Marie Claire Joanna Coles provides a series of simple guidelines for finding worthwhile love: Love Rules will enable you to identify what you want in a relationship, when you should pursue it, and how to find it.
It follows the arc of war and the evolution of a marriage, as the first lady realized the cost of maintaining her principles even as the country and her husband were not prepared to adopt them. Eleanor Roosevelt continued to struggle for her core issues—economic security, New Deal reforms, racial equality, and rescue—when they were sidelined by FDR while he marshaled the country through war. The chasm between Eleanor and Franklin grew, and the strains on their relationship were as political as they were personal.
She also had to negotiate the fractures in the close circle of influential women around her at Val-Kill, but through it she gained confidence in her own vision, even when forced to amend her agenda when her beliefs clashed with government policies on such issues as neutrality, refugees, and eventually the threat of communism.
These years—the war years—made Eleanor Roosevelt the woman she became: This is a sympathetic but unblinking portrait of a marriage and of a woman whose passion and commitment has inspired generations of Americans to seek a decent future for all people. Modest and self-deprecating, a moral force in a turbulent world, Eleanor Roosevelt was unique. In From Classic to Contemporary: Cullman and Pruzan share how the venerable interior design firm applies principles of modernism to add a new and welcome tension to their more classical work, while in their more modern schemes, the classic principles of design guide their process.
Acclaimed oral health expert and wellness pioneer, Dr. Gerry Curatola, explores the bi-directional relationship between the health of your mouth and your body, and provides a groundbreaking program for creating a healthy mouth that will help maintain a healthy body. The mouth acts as mirror and a gateway and reflects what is happening in the rest of your body and the health of your mouth appears to have a profound impact on the rest of your body.
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There are supplement schedules for each stage, two high-intensity band workouts that take only 15 minutes twice a week, relaxation techniques, and yoga postures to fight inflammation. In just four weeks, you will reboot your body and begin to take control of your health. Best of all, your brilliant smile will prove that you have never felt better. On whirlwind trips across time zones, Beck forges friendships with a dynamic group of fellow travelers—young men and women who, like her, leave their real lives behind to hop aboard Air Force One in service of the president.
As she learns to navigate White House protocols and more than once runs afoul of the hierarchy, Beck becomes romantically entangled with a consummate D. Against the backdrop of glamour, drama, and intrigue, this is the story of a young woman making unlikely friendships, getting her heart broken, learning what truly matters, and, in the process, discovering her voice.
On his travels and sojourns Edozien explores the worsening legal climate for gay men and women on the continent; the impact homophobic evangelical American pastors are having in many countries, and its toxic intersection with political populism; and experiences the pressures placed on those living under harshly oppressive laws that are themselves the legacy of colonial rule — pressures that sometimes lead to seeking asylum in the West.
Yet he remains hopeful, and this memoir, which is pacy, romantic and funny by turns, is also a love-letter to Africa, above all to Nigeria and the megalopolis that is Lagos. He was directly involved in all domestic and economic decisions as well as in many foreign policy ones.
And he details the creation of the modern vice-presidency. His willingness to tackle intractable problems, however, led to major, long-lasting accomplishments. This major work of history shows first-hand where Carter succeeded, where he failed, and how he set up many successes of later presidents.
Includes previously unpublished photographs of Pittsburgh by acclaimed photographer Elliot Erwitt taken between and These photographs, capturing the humanity and spirit of the architecture and people of the city of Pittsburgh, were thought lost until the negatives were recently located in the Pittsburgh Photographic Library.
Stunning photography of the finished dishes makes this a perfect gift for any food lover. Florence Fabricant of the New York Times expertly adapts each recipe for the home cook and adds insightful notes on using leftover ingredients and second helpings, making this an ideal cookbook to return to again and again.
Want to know about your love life? The answer to every question lies in these amazing cards, created by astrologer Monte Farber and already embraced by hundreds of thousands of seekers. How do they work? Shuffle the Karma Cards; lay a Planet, Sign, and House card side by side; and read across the red or blue panels. Every response features three levels of information: Accompanying the 36 full-color cards is a page instruction book with advice on centering yourself, visualizing the situation that concerns you, phrasing your query, and more.
Never has the incomparable Jules Feiffer been more eerily prophetic than in this stunning finale to his best-selling Kill My Mother trilogy. Stumbling his way through this maze is private eye Archie Goldman, a tough-talking good guy, always a step or two behind in this fast-moving story of plots, counterplots, and goon violence. Meet Lola Burns, the buxom Blacklistee, desperate to get back into pictures, and O.
McCay and Fay Bloom, the booze-swilling, hard-living communist screenwriters. In this satiric assault on our past and present, Feiffer shows how the arc of American history evolves from starry dreams to thwarted and sold- out dreams. Anna Fox lives alone—a recluse in her New York City home, unable to venture outside. She spends her day drinking wine maybe too much , watching old movies, recalling happier times. Then the Russells move into the house across the way: Who is in danger?
Who is in control? In this diabolically gripping thriller, no one—and nothing—is what it seems. Twisty and powerful, ingenious and moving, The Woman in the Window is a smart, sophisticated novel of psychological suspense that recalls the best of Hitchcock.
In twenty-first-century India, tradition is colliding with Western culture, a clash that touches the lives of everyday Indians from the wealthiest to the poorest. The Heart Is a Shifting Sea introduces three couples whose relationships illuminate these sweeping cultural shifts in dramatic ways: Though these three middle-class couples are at different stages in their lives and come from diverse religious backgrounds, their stories build on one another to present a layered, nuanced, and fascinating mosaic of the universal challenges, possibilities, and promise of matrimony in its present state.
Elizabeth Flock has observed the evolving state of India from inside Mumbai, its largest metropolis. She spent close to a decade getting to know these couples—listening to their stories and living in their homes, where she was privy to countless moments of marital joy, inevitable frustration, dramatic upheaval, and whispered confessions and secrets.
The result is a phenomenal feat of reportage that is both an enthralling portrait of a nation in the midst of transition and an unforgettable look at the universal mysteries of love and marriage that connect us all.
Who is Donald J. Reexamining the tabloid-soaked events that shaped their lives in startling new detail, Born Trump is full of surprising insights, previously untold stories, and delicious tidbits about their childhoods ridiculously privileged and painful, in equal measure and the extraordinary power they now wield.
As a version of this new kind of American royalty they wish to be, they are ensconced not in palaces but in Trump Tower and the White House. Come for the vision of Trump as a father—a portrait of the president at his kindest and cruelest. Told from the alternating perspectives of a husband and wife who both have something to hide, this incisive novel pulls back the curtain on a seemingly-happy marriage, posing the question: After five long years, the unshakable confidence Cass Coyne felt as a bride is gone.
Her husband, Jonathan, on the other hand, is still smitten. But for him, these are minor challenges in a healthy relationship. Aside from a monthly custodial exchange of their beloved dog, contact will be limited. Leaping from ballet to quiltmaking, from the The Nutcracker to an Annie-B Parson interview, Idiophone is a strikingly original meditation on risk-taking and provocation in art and a unabashedly honest, funny, and intimate consideration of art-making in the context of motherhood, and motherhood in the context of addiction.
Inspired by the discovery of long-overlooked interviews conducted just before his death, this is the first biography of the visionary fashion designer Charles James. As George Bernard Shaw tells us, only unreasonable men change the world. Goodell was a and fellow at New America. Gloria Vanderbilt is many things: She brought the Vanderbilt name out of the Gilded Age and into the Digital Age, reinventing herself over and over along the way.
Hers is a story of charisma, glamour, and heartbreaking loss, told here by Wendy Goodman, who had intimate access to Vanderbilt for this book. The illustrations include portraits of Vanderbilt and her extraordinary homes, filled with original and influential decorating ideas, by such photographic legends as Richard Avedon, Louise Dahl-Wolfe, Inge Morath, Horst P.
Horst, Francesco Scavullo, and Annie Leibovitz. In April , the documentary Nothing Left Unsaid: A fascinating and comprehensive look into the life of American fashion designer Ralph Lauren, now with an afterword.
Inside the walls of Polo Ralph Lauren, though, he was long seen by some as a narcissist, an insecure ditherer, and, at times, a rampaging tyrant. Nicole Nelson and Ahmed Masud are a dynamic, highly successful Philadelphia couple. They are partners in a thriving plastic surgery practice, are very much in love, and they adore their young son, Alex.
But cracks are beginning to appear in their fairy-tale life: The Masud family pressure becomes a demand as the Hosni Mubarak regime is seriously threatened by protestors in Egypt. If Mubarak goes down, the Masuds will surely lose their wealth, maybe even their lives.
They need Ahmed back in Egypt to implement their plan to move their fortune and family out of Egypt and into South America. And what about their son? Tragic consequences, which Ahmed could have never foreseen, propel both the Masud family and the Nelson family on a path toward unspeakable tragedy.
Is there anything more alluring than lips bathed in crimson red? Whether pursed or provocatively parted, lips have undeniable visual power, while lipstick remains a timeless symbol of glamour and sensuality. Acclaimed author and style innovator Alice Harris curates a unique collection of photographs and works of art that celebrate lips of different shapes and sizes, tones and textures, and their power and influence on our culture. Blow Me a Kiss spotlights lips so legendary that they speak for themselves from a range of famous personalities that have long seduced and spellbound audiences of every generation including music luminaries like Mick Jagger and Tina Turner and an international array of beautiful women from Marlene Dietrich, Audrey Hepburn, and Elizabeth Taylor to Lindsay Lohan, Cindy Crawford, and Lana Del Rey.
Blow Me a Kiss is a compelling chronicle of the impact a beautiful set of lips has had on modern visual culture. On the night of August 11, , in the East Hampton hamlet of Springs, a tragic accident took the life of Jackson Pollock, the world-renowned abstract painter and notorious alcoholic whose career was in crisis.
Also killed was Edith Metzger, a passenger in the car Pollock was driving when it plunged into the woods and overturned. Few gain entry to the privileged world of ultrafine wines, where billionaires flock to exclusive auction houses to vie for the scarce surviving bottles from truly legendary years.
But Rudy Kurniawan, an unknown twentysomething from Indonesia, was blessed with two gifts that opened doors: After bursting onto the scene in , Kurniawan quickly became the leading purveyor of rare wines to the American elite. But in April , his lots of Domaine Ponsot Clos Saint-Denis red burgundy—dating as far back as —were abruptly pulled from auction.
The winemaker was certain that this particular burgundy was first produced only in Whether driven by the love of wine or of justice, all were asking the same question: Was the mild-mannered Kurniawan himself a dupe?
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Our lives are saturated by color. We live in a world of vivid colors, and color marks our psychological and social existence. Now authors David Scott Kastan and Stephen Farthing offer a fresh and imaginative exploration of one of the most intriguing and least understood aspects of everyday experience. Kastan and Farthing, a scholar and a painter, respectively, investigate color from numerous perspectives: In ten lively and wide-ranging chapters, each devoted to a different color, they examine the various ways colors have shaped and continue to shape our social and moral imaginations.
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Their joint story, a story each man took some pains to hide and which began to come into focus only with their murders, is not just gripping history but a window into contemporary America and the challenges we continue to face. From the 1 New York Times bestselling author of Primates of Park Avenue, a bold, timely reconsideration of female infidelity that will upend everything you thought you knew about women and sex.
Like women worldwide, they crave sexual variety, novelty, and excitement. We love to hate women who are untrue. But who are they really? And why, in this age of female empowerment, do we continue to judge them so harshly? In Untrue, feminist author and cultural critic Wednesday Martin takes us on a bold, fascinating journey to reveal the unexpected evolutionary legacy and social realities that drive female faithlessness, while laying bare our motivations to contain women who step out.
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Twenty-seven-year-old Abby Callahan moved to New Orleans to escape her past screw-ups in her small hometown. While out running, she sees a woman who has been raped and discarded, like trash. Abby finds herself selfishly pursuing the case to help her career, even though the victim is reluctant. The trial starts and the judge is suddenly arrested, but Abby must return to New York when her father commits suicide.
Managing her grief and complicated family dynamics, she tries both to rekindle and remedy her old romances. But she is pulled back to The Big Easy when her client goes missing.
As more girls turn up dead—with Abby as their common connection—Abby decides to play detective with her journalist friend Jill Lejeune. Abby feels responsible for finding her client alive, even as she comes to terms with her past mistakes, including how her lies allowed someone else to go to prison. She wonders if everyone in her life is connected to this case. Abby seems to be the only one committed to finding the truth and decides to stop listening to everyone before she ends up at the morgue.
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Instead of a planned honeymoon, wedding presents are stashed in the attic, arrangements are made for a funeral, and a team of lawyers arrive armed with papers for McCulloch and her siblings to sign. Five years later, her own brief marriage ended, she returns to East Hampton with her mother to divide the wedding presents that were never opened. Packed with planning strategy and original ideas, Celebrate Everything!
Everything from baby showers to birthday parties plus themes that turn any day into a celebration D. In the greatest intelligence operation in the history of the world, Donald Trump was made President of the United States with the assistance of a foreign power. For the first time, The Plot to Destroy Democracy reveals the dramatic story of how blackmail, espionage, assassination, and psychological warfare were used by Vladimir Putin and his spy agencies to steal the U.
It will show how Russia and its fifth column allies tried to flip the cornerstones of democracy in order to reengineer the world political order that kept most of the world free since since Intelligence officer Malcolm Nance will examine how Russia has used cyberwarfare, political propaganda and manipulating our perception of reality-and will use it again-to weaponize American news, traditional media, social media, and the workings of the internet to attack and break apart democratic institutions from within and what we can expect to come should we fail to stop their next attack.
In his year career in intelligence, Nance specialized in cryptology, national security policy, counter-terrorism intelligence. He has utilized top secret Russian-sourced political and hybrid warfare strategy documents to demonstrate the master plan to undermine American institutions that has been in effect from the Cold War to the present day.
Nance has been called to testify before Congress and advise House and Senate Intelligence Committee members on the details of the election meddling.
In this book, he exposes how Russia has supported the campaigns of right-wing extremists throughout both the U. This stunning celebration of his best-loved work includes 35 poems specially chosen for children ages 8 to 14 by author and historian Jay Parini.
Illustrator Michael Paraskevas brings the poems to life with his pitch-perfect scenes, infused with majestic color and quiet simplicity. This collection is the perfect introduction for young readers. In addition to a carefully chosen line-up of poems, Poetry for Kids: How can a technique that is so simple to practice be so tremendously effective in its results? This is the question award-winning author Ann Purcell addresses in her new book, which examines the power of the Transcendental Meditation technique TM in bringing fulfillment to life.
Through over fifty short articles, The Power of Transcendence explores a range of topics including health, education, the environment, women, creativity, relationships, and love, and shows how transcendence brings fulfillment to each area.
Purcell also dives deeply into spiritual topics-yoga, enlightenment, silence, well-being, heaven, and God-as well as profound experiences of higher states of consciousness. Above the American Renaissance takes David S.
In essays that reconsider and contextualize Emily Dickinson, Walt Whitman, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Herman Melville, Abraham Lincoln, and others, this volume captures the vibrancy of spiritual considerations in American literary studies and points a way forward within literary and spiritual investigations.
In addition to the editors and David S. Smith, Claudia Stokes, and Timothy Sweet. From an early age, there was something different about Tommy and David Nutter.
Yet the strength of their imagination plus a little help from their friends transformed them instead into unlikely protagonists of a swinging cultural revolution. House of Nutter tells the stunning true story of two gay men who influenced some of the most iconic styles and pop images of the twentieth century.
Drawing on interviews with more than seventy people—and taking advantage of unparalleled access to never-before-seen pictures, letters, sketches, and diaries—journalist Lance Richardson presents a dual portrait of brothers improvising their way through five decades of extraordinary events, their personal struggles playing out against vivid backdrops of the Blitz, an obscenity trial, the birth of disco, and the devastation of the AIDS crisis.
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Fire stations recruit burn survivor dogs. The latest from a mourning Pittsburgh community. Two winners in Saturday's giant Powerball lottery. Mass shooting comes as hate crimes in the country are on the rise. Pittsburgh community shattered by mass shooting at synagogue. Pittsburgh mayor reacts to deadly synagogue shooting. Latest details on suspected mail bomber. Trump reacts to deadly synagogue shooting. Former Tree of Life Synagogue rabbi speaks out.
The latest on Pittsburgh synagogue shooting suspect and the investigation. Pittsburgh residents react to shooting at synagogue. Mail bombing suspect seen on surveillance footage night before arrest. Surveillance video shows alleged mail bomber at club night before arrest Sayoc has been charged with sending suspected explosive devices to politicians.
Officials The alleged gunman in the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre used four guns. Fire stations recruit burn survivor dogs to help advocate for fire safety Clover and Ruby were adopted by fire stations in Florida. Officials Police responded to reports of an active shooter on Saturday morning. New storm to hit Midwest, Northeast with strong winds A fast-moving storm will deliver some rain on Sunday and Monday.
What we know about alleged mass shooter Robert Bowers Police named Robert Bowers, 46, the suspect in the killing of 11 people. Mail bombing suspect seen on surveillance footage night before arrest Cesar Sayoc was seen looking at clippings on surveillance from a club in West Palm Beach, Fla. Bomb suspect's van contained possible bomb-making materials: Sources Cesar Sayoc, 56, is the suspect in the suspected mail bombing spree this week. Reward for missing year-old Jayme Closs doubles amid funeral for slain parents Jayme Closs, 13, went missing Oct.
Trump calls Pittsburgh synagogue shooting 'wicked act of mass murder' Trump called for more armed guards at places of worship after the shooting. Pittsburgh synagogue shooting prompts wide outpouring of public support The shooting is believed to be the deadliest attack on Jewish people in America.
At least 8 dead in Pittsburgh synagogue shooting Law enforcement sources confirm at least eight dead and six injured. Fast-moving nor'easter bringing heavy rain, gusty winds to Northeast The storm will be cleared out by Sunday. Rapper linked to shooting investigation hours after court appearance Daniel Hernandez, known as 6ix9ine, was sentenced to probation Friday. Florida man Cesar Sayoc arrested in 'insidious' mail bomb spree: Officials Cesar Sayoc, 56, faces 48 years in prison for the charges, officials said.
A look at the evidence that helped convict the killer Amy, Savvas and Philip Savopoulos and Veralicia Figueroa were killed in Preview ahead of World Series Game 3. Matthew Shepard's ashes interred at National Cathedral In October , Matthew Shepard, 21, was abducted, beaten, tied to a fence and left to die in Wyoming for being openly gay. How mail bombing suspect was tracked down Cesar Sayoc, 56, of Florida, was arrested on Friday.
Mail bombing suspect Cesar Sayoc in handcuffs Sayoc is charged with five federal crimes, including interstate transportation of an explosive, illegal mailing of explosives and threats against a
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