Jessica Paul

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The Lyndon Johnson tapes: Richard Nixon's 'treason'

<b>Declassified tapes of President Lyndon Johnson's telephone calls provide a fresh insight into his world. Among the revelations - he planned a dramatic entry into the 1968 Democratic Convention to re-join the presidential race. And he caught Richard Nixon sabotaging the Vietnam peace talks... but</b> …

Your Labor Day Syria Reader, Part 2: William Polk

By William R. Polk.<p>Polk wrote this just before President Obama switched from his go-it-alone policy and decided to seek Congressional approval for a Syrian strike. It remains relevant for the choices Congress, the public, and the president have to make. It is very long, but it is systematically …

The Good Lord Bird

Books

ELLE Culture Guide: Our Ultimate Must-See, Must-Do List for Fall

Our annual manual of the essential TV-shows, theater, books, movies, art, fashion momentsand everything elseyou need to know about this season<p>How to be the smartest girl at the cocktail party? Behold, our annual manual of the essential TV-shows, theater, books, movies, art, fashion moments—and …

The World Capital Of Counterfeit Dollars

This just in from the AP:<p>With its meticulous criminal craftsmen, cheap labor and, by some accounts, less effective law enforcement, Peru has in the past two years overtaken Colombia as the No. 1 source of counterfeit U.S. dollars, says the U.S. Secret Service, protector of the world's most widely …

Reversible Stripes Scarf

With an itch to make a scarf, I found myself happily lost in the pages of Barbara Walker’s seminal “Treasuries” of stitch patterns. Intrigued by the …

The Crazy Story Of How "Clue" Went From Forgotten Flop To Cult Triumph

That a high-concept, fast-talking farce based on a board game was a box office bomb in 1985 is no huge mystery. But figuring out how it became an enduring favorite is a Hollywood whodunit for the ages. (The prime suspect: you, in the living room, with the remote control.) UPDATED in Dec. 2015 after …