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Vagabonds of Gor is the 24th book in the Gorean Saga, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.
By replacing Mike Flynn with H.R. McMaster, President Donald Trump added one of the most talented officers the U.S. Army has ever produced to his team.
LEIGH BUCHANAN MATTHEW “GRIFF” Griffin, co-founder of Combat Flip Flops—a $1 million seller of shoes and accessories manufactured in conflict and postconflict zones—seemed destined to make war, not sandals. His great-grandfather enlisted in World Wa
JARED MALSIN/ISTANBUL THE LEADER OF AL-QAEDA’S BRANCH in Yemen called for attacks on the U.S. after a Jan. 29 Special Forces raid in which several civilians were killed, as well as a U.S. Navy SEAL. In an audio message, Qassim al-Rimi, leader of al-
SHE WAS SITTING on a rusted trailer in a driveway on a street in Rhode Island where we were staying on vacation. She was full of dead leaves and rainwater, a fiberglass relic of the 1960s. Her paint was faded, and her deck was laced with hairline cra
SARAH BEGLEY ADULTS TEND TO FRET about how kids will handle the death of a loved one. How much can they understand about permanence? What should they be told about the possibility of an afterlife? How will they move on? The children’s books that st
A misleading email from a campaign staffer was just one mistake that helped Russian hackers steal data from Democrats.
New Delhi limits fallout from a militant attack, but more must be done for Kashmiris
THE STORY OF ONE OF THE SUMMER’S MOST ANTICIPATED books begins with a trip to Ghana’s Cape Coast Castle—a symbol of slavery, set in stone, and the walls people build to ignore it. Yaa Gyasi was a college sophomore when she visited her native country
Disturbing new details reveal what the U.S. government has kept hidden for decades.
On dry land, Spoon Singh has founded a renowned brewery and several restaurants and bars. But he’d rather be on the water
A.S. Kristy’s Great Idea 1986 While you could start mid-series and figure out what’s going on pretty easily, Martin’s BSC debut lets you see her characters at their purest. We get a first hint of Claudia’s fashion sense, Stacey’s diabetes is reveal
WHEN HE ADDRESSES entrepreneurs at Inc. conferences, Bob Parsons, the irascible, ingenious founder of GoDaddy and Parsons Xtreme Golf, tells of his service as a Marine rifleman in Vietnam. The day he arrived in a combat zone—a green replacement in a
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An executive assistant suffered minor burns after a letter exploded at the International Monetary Fund's office in Paris on Thursday.
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After leaving a successful career in Israel to earn his place in New York's jazz scene, the guitarist proudly bears the fruit of his labor on his first self-produced album.
ON THE FOURTH OF JULY, as we once more read the stirring words of the Declaration of Independence and celebrate the creation of a nation founded on the noble principle that every person has the inalienable right to “life, liberty and the pursuit of h
The historian Eric Foner describes how profits from the slave trade helped fund the school formerly named King’s College.
A WEEKEND THAT BEGAN WITH THREE bombs in New York and New Jersey, plus a knife attack at a Minnesota mall, ended with a far more encouraging sight on Monday morning: the burly figure of Ahmad Khan Rahami, huddling against the elements in the entrance
Nikhil Kumar Lotfullah Najafizada, head of TOLOnews, Afghanistan’s largest 24-hour news channel, often sleeps in the station’s compound in the Afghan capital of Kabul. “I don’t want to take the risks I face to my home,” says the 28-year-old. “It’s n
Emily Barone It’s no secret that America sometimes seems less like a melting pot and more like a land of oil and water. The nation may contain multitudes, but they don’t always mix. Yet recent data shows that U.S. cities are more integrated than ev
RECENT PORTRAYALS of American slavery—from 12 Years a Slave and Django Unchained to Walter Johnson’s River of Dark Dreams and Sven Beckert’s Empire of Cotton—have emphasized the brutal violence on cotton plantations in the years preceding the Civil W
Sometimes it’s the simplest studies that reveal how deeply culture shapes our thinking.Take a 2009 experiment involving only a researcher, a child, and a two-word instruction.1 The researcher announces, “Let’s dance!” and demonstrates a series of mov
THE MAGIC AFOOT IN COLSON WHITEHEAD’S NEW NOVEL shows itself some 60 pages in, when runaway slaves Cora and Caesar, under the protection of a Georgia abolitionist, descend into what they think is a cellar but is actually a subterranean platform: “Two
Trump is undermining America’s national security by trying to shape analysis to support his world view.
An anticipated stream of ISIS fighters returning home has Tunisian authorities on high alert.
BRYAN WALSH JULY 9 WAS THE FIFTH ANNIVERSARY of the world’s youngest country, but the citizens of South Sudan had no cause for celebration. Heavy fighting between the government forces of President Salva Kiir and troops loyal to his rival, Vice Pres