Burns and Novick call the Vietnam War 'the most consequential event in American history in the second half of the last century.'
The storm's heroes include a brave train engineer who desperately hustled evacuees out of the hurricane's path, an immigrant from the Bahamas who tried to save his fishing-and-farming clan of more than 60 people, and Ernest Hemingway.
There were surprisingly deep personal ties between the two generals, says Horn, but ultimately the two men cast their lots on opposing sides of history.
In 1926, the Army Corps of Engineers said they were in a position to protect the entire Mississippi valley. It was classic hubris.
Clinton's new book is a personal memoir about her campaign as well as a 'cautionary tale' about Russian interference in the election.