In the 1930s trigger-happy gangsters prompted America to impose controls on firearms
A pistol and information from a shady gunsmith helped police locate the notorious criminal who killed a federal agent the evening of April 22, 1934
Patricia O’Toole compellingly explains how a moralizing outlook drove Woodrow Wilson’s presidency, from WWI to handling domestic politics.
Christopher Klein recounts how Civil War veterans blustered themselves into believing that kidnapping Canada would impel Britain to free Ireland
Biographer Jane Leavy explores Babe Ruth's transformation from disposable child to baseball’s most valuable player and legend
Audiobook Review | Camelot’s End: Kennedy Versus Carter and the Fight That Broke the Democratic Party
Author Jon Ward shows how Carter and Kennedy let their individual ambitions shred their party rather than allow the other to lead it
Richard Munson recounts the life of this idiosyncratic genius inventor whose pioneering work transformed the twentieth century.
A history of the hamburger—its conception, its various incarnations and how it transformed the American dining experience
Disastrous midterm campaign tour was a shortcut to impeachment