A clear-eyed look inside the Senate chamber offers an unprecedented, brutally honest account of the current political reality. 218 pp.
Tells the story of the conspiracy to simultaneously destroy several passenger jets over the Atlantic Ocean in 2006 and the desperate efforts by the British, Americans and Pakistanis to crush the conspiracy, before the bombs went off, in the largest counterterrorism investigation in history. 373 pp.
Exploring the interconnections between climate change, global capitalism, xenophobia and white supremacy, this book dares to ask big questions about how humanity can stand together in a time of crisis. 241 pp.
In this book, 11 men and women share their extraordinary stories of fleeing life-threatening hardship in their home countries in search of a better life in the United States. 201 pp.
Offers a wake-up call for the American public, showing how the US is losing the intelligence war and how our country can do a better job of protecting its national security and trade secrets. 232 pp.