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Bestselling Author & Journalist David Grann Still Believes in the Truth

You might already know David Grann from the New Yorker or the The Lost City of Z, but chances are, you now know him as the bestselling author of Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI, which debuted at #3 on the New York Times bestsellers list.

Tracing the 1920s murders of Osage Native Americans targeted for their oil wealth, Killers of the Flower Moon is a true-crime mystery that reveals one of the most overlooked chapters in modern American history and connects to the current Native American fight for control over their own land and resources.  

“Disturbing and riveting,” wrote author Dave Eggers in The New York Times Book Review. “Grann has proved himself a master of spinning delicious, many-layered mysteries that also happen to be true.”

Known for his uncanny ability to find thrillers from mere footnotes, Grann is unmatched at bringing attention and relevance to a history that is still unfolding. Of his in-depth writing process, Grann says, “One of the reasons the book took close to five years was to be able to unearth as much evidence – to give as good and detailed a record…to make sure the voices of the victims were recorded.”

Read: New York Times Book Review Watch: David Grann on CBS Sunday Morning

 Watch: David Grann on CBS Sunday Morning

David Grann’s reputation for uncovering stories that are utterly compelling and completely true has attracted legions of fans and devoted readers. His #1 New York Times bestseller The Lost City of Z is now a major motion picture of the same name, while Killers of the Flower Moon is already slated for a film adaption by Eric Roth.

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Historian Jon Meacham on the American Presidency

“This is a remarkable and, indeed, unprecedented moment in American history. Donald Trump is a unique figure, one whose presidency will shape the nation – and the world – for generations.

What does he know? How does he think? How does he make decisions? What does the past tell us? These are key, urgent, consuming questions.”– Jon Meacham

A presidential historian, author, and contributing editor at TIME, Jon Meacham draws from both the right and the left in a non-partisan view of how the president governs and what his actions mean for America and the world.

One of America's most prominent public intellectuals, Meacham is a skilled raconteur with a depth of knowledge about politics, religion, and current affairs.

His Pulitzer Prize-winning book, American Lion: Andrew Jackson in the White House, is a definitive portrait of a president who forever changed the American presidency – and America itself. In “The Long View,” his column for The New York Times Book Review, Meacham “looks back at books that speak to our current historical and cultural moment.”

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What’s next for North Korea, Syria, and U.S. relations with Russia and China? What will uncertainty from the Trump White House mean for international trade, NATO, regulations and taxes?  

Fareed Zakaria examines the state of the world and the important forces and risks that will affect you and your organization.  

Read: The education of President Trump (and us) 

Host of CNN’s Fareed Zakaria GPS and a Washington Post columnist, Fareed Zakaria is widely respected for his thoughtful analysis and ability to spot economic and political trends.  He is the bestselling author of The Post-American World, In Defense of a Liberal Education, and The Future of Freedom.

The Boston Sunday Globe wrote, “Zakaria…may have more intellectual range and insights than any other public thinker in the West.”