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How Does Anything Go Viral?

By Mark Honigsbaum

In “The Rules of Contagion” the scientist Adam Kucharski turns to the nonbiological to understand the common features of a virus, whether physical or virtual.

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All in the Family Dynamics: Donald Trump’s Niece on the President’s Clan

By Jennifer Szalai

In “Too Much and Never Enough,” Mary L. Trump says her uncle is turning this country “into a macro version of my malignantly dysfunctional family.”

The Inside Story of Why Mary Trump Wrote a Tell-All Book

By Alan Feuer, Michael Rothfeld and Maggie Haberman

President Trump’s niece was a family outcast. Her new book casts a cold light on the relatives she describes as dysfunctional.

Book Review: β€˜Notes on a Silencing,’ by Lacy Crawford

By Jessica Knoll

Lacy Crawford told her story when she was a student at St. Paul’s School. Few people listened. Now she’s telling it again.

Who Saves an Emergency Room Doctor? Her Patients

By Elisabeth Egan

Michele Harper’s memoir could not be more timely. Also, if you think your job is stressful, take a walk in this author’s white coat.

Cherokee Women Aim for a Better Life in β€˜Crooked Hallelujah’

By Dwight Garner

In her debut novel, Kelli Jo Ford summons the details of minimum-wage existence in the last quarter of the 20th century.

Newt Gingrich and the Dawn of a Toxic Political Era

By Jennifer Szalai

In “Burning Down the House,” Julian Zelizer shows how Gingrich was able to exploit the profound developments since Watergate to his lasting advantage.

What Is the Status of Trump’s β€˜Big, Beautiful Wall’?

By Shane Bauer

In “14 Miles,” his exploration of life on the border, DW Gibson reveals the reality and fantasy of the president’s desired wall.

The Story of the Lehman Brothers, from Bavaria to Alabama, and From the Heights to the Crash

By Dwight Garner

Stefano Massini’s “The Lehman Trilogy,” a novel in verse related to his play of the same name, covers 160 years in the life of the Lehmans and their business.

What Keeps America Divided?

By Franklin Foer

“Let Them Eat Tweets,” by Jacob S. Hacker and Paul Pierson, examines the ways in which the wealthy control the Republican Party.

Rudolfo Anaya, a Father of Chicano Literature, Dies at 82

By Simon Romero

His coming-of-age novel “Bless Me, Ultima” reframed the way many in New Mexico viewed their own history, even as school districts tried to ban it.