Can you imagine inviting a Navy SEAL to come live with you and your family? Not to worry, author Jesse Itzler has already gone there for you.
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Legendary food critic, author, and restaurant owner Ruth Reichl paints a fascinating portrait of our food crisis and explodes food myths that many of us take for granted.
Contrary to public opinion, Kansas isn't the flattest state in the Union - yet.
Conversations about police brutality and stereotyping are incomplete without a look at the racial wealth gap.
Donald Trump is the poster boy for the GOP, which has used its ability to harness anger for the powers of bad.
The Bible is less than a story.
Live the work.
There was always a part of Maine that wasn't happy when the monster died at the end.
In pop culture, the Monster is a tragic figure.
Writing about Herman, a dragon suffering from an existential identity crisis, says Maine.
Author Daivd Maine says Palestinians must be recognized for their grievances.
Pakistanis are not all fundamentalist or fanatical.
Living among people who are skeptical of the intentions of your country can make you rethink it too, says Maine.
Isolation sparked his interest in reading. His writing influences are Langston Huges and Flannery O'Connor.
It's lousy at the moment.