Experts call ISIS the best-funded non-state terrorist organization the U.S. has ever confronted. We explore how ISIS fills its coffers and how the international community is trying to shut off the funding pipeline.
When the weather outside is frightful, curling up with a good book may be your best bet for a good time. Whether you prefer historical tales, insightful non-fiction or graphic novels we’ve got suggestions for your winter reading list.
- Marcela Valdes books editor, The Washington Examiner; contributing editor, Publishers Weekly
- Michael Dirda Columnist, The Washington Post; author, "On Conan Doyle"
- Barbara Hoffert Editor, Prepub Alert, Library Journal
2011 Winter Reading List
You can check out our guests’ favorite books of the year on our 2011 Winter Reading List.
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