The former deputy director of the FBI details how law enforcement battles terror threats, Russian crime and attacks by the White House itself on the U.S. Constitution.
The Untold Story of the Atlanta Public Schools Cheating Scandal, Corporate Greed, and the Criminalization of Educators
Describes the racist policies that worked against black children for decades and ultimately led to 35 black public-school educators in Atlanta being charged with racketeering and conspiracy for allegedly changing students' test grades in 2013.
A rich mosaic of diary entries and letters by famous residents and visitors draws on three centuries of writing and includes pieces by such notables as Marilyn Monroe, Cesar Chavez, Susan Sontag and Albert Einstein.
An homage to the author's mother relates how she cleverly played Detroit's illegal lottery in the 1970s to support the family while creating a loving, joyful home and mothering her children to the highest standards.
Describes the history and impact of the Mo Better Jaguars, a football team in a poor Brooklyn neighborhood and the people who have had their lives shaped for the better by playing and participating.
Explores the history, science, architecture, and mythology of the subterranean landscape, discussing the nature of human relationships with caves, catacombs, subway systems, and abandoned mines.