Henry Kissinger: A Life of Seeking Belonging and Influence

Henry Kissinger, a central figure in American foreign policy during the 1960s and 1970s, spent a lifetime seeking to belong and have influence, from his early struggles as an immigrant to his controversial tenure as a diplomat and statesman.

The Vanishing of Ammon Bundy

Ammon Bundy, an anti-government activist, instigated a chaotic standoff at St. Luke’s hospital, focusing on an infant’s case. Amidst legal battles, threats, and a personal visit, his mysterious disappearance marks the end of an era in American extremism.