The veteran journalist and best-selling author of Stonewalled exposes the practices of opposition research to reveal how political leaders use their influence to shape public opinion, connecting popular misconceptions to strategic smear campaigns that have influenced voters.
A lavishly designed, photographic chronicle of the Emmy Award-winning global media leader's spiritual journey describes the inspirational wisdom and insights she has received from spiritual leaders who have been featured on Super Soul Sunday broadcasts.
The best-selling author of The Harbinger examines the possibility that events in today's world were foretold in biblical times and that a blueprint exists for understanding modern challenges and preparing for catastrophic near-future events.
The cinematic innovator behind Tyler Perry Studios traces his youth in New Orleans through his successful career in an uplifting account of his spiritual awakening that explains how his faith has enriched his life and sustained him in hard times.
A narrative history of the Silicon Valley generation that launched five major high-tech industries in seven years details the specific contributions of seven technical pioneers and how they established the foundation for today's tech-driven world.
The New York Times best-selling author of Predictably Irrational and his co-author share anecdotal insight into the illogical influences behind poor financial decisions and how to outmaneuver them, covering topics ranging from credit-card debt and household budgeting to holiday spending and real estate sales.
An acclaimed journalist uses fact, science and on-the-ground reporting to provide an account of the coming new age of great flooding, due to rapidly rising sea levels that promise to inundate our coasts and transform existing landscapes.
In a collection of more than 60 original and selected poems in both English and Spanish, a poet, novelist and award-winning playwright, drawing from her experience as a feminist black woman in America, shares her utterly unique, unapologetic and deeply emotional writing that has made her one of the most iconic literary figures of our time.
A gripping account of the world's largest man-made explosion before the atomic bomb describes the events that led to the catastrophic igniting of the French freighter Mont-Blanc in 1917 Halifax, killing and wounding thousands while leading to advances in medicine and weapons science.