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Ira Levin’s Classic Thriller ‘The Boys From Brazil’ Receiving New Adaptation From ‘The Crown’ Creator

Ira Levin’s classic conspiracy thriller, The Boys from Brazil, is returning to the screen. In a recent interview with Variety, The Crown creator Peter Morgan quietly confirmed that his “next project” will be an adaptation of the 1976 novel, which inspired the Academy Award-nominated film of the…

SAVING FREUD film rights sold

Andrew Nagorski's SAVING FREUD, about Sigmund Freud's last minute escape to London following Hitler's annexation of Austria, and of the extraordinary group of friends who made it possible, optioned to Fuzzy Door Entertainment, by Erica Spellman Silverman at Trident Media Group on behalf of Robert…

Sunday Times: The best paperbacks of 2023

Paperback of the weekSaving Freud by Andrew NagorskiIcon Books £10.99This is the astonishing story of Sigmund Freud’s escape from Vienna after the Germans rolled into Austria in 1938 and began to round up Jewish people like him. Freud’s dithering in the face of danger is endearing. He loved his…

How Is Indiana Jones Still Fighting Nazis In 1969? Exploring The Real History Behind ‘Dial Of Destiny’

After a 15-year hiatus away from the big screen, the greatest adventurer of all time — Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford still cracking the whip at 80) — is once again on the trail of an ancient artifact with supernatural properties in Dial of Destiny. The first Indy outing produced by Disney, which…

THE SUMMER READING LIST, 2023 EDITION by George Weigel

Few of the following qualify as “beach reading”; they all qualify as good reading. In graduate school, I was informed that there was no such thing as “biblical theology,” only textual analysis. Bishop Robert Barron demonstrates what nonsense that was, and is, in The Great Story of Israel: Election…

Author Robert Teigrob recently recommended Hitlerland as one of their favorite books

Book descriptionWorld War II historian Andrew Nagorski recounts Adolf Hitler’s rise to and consolidation of power, drawing on countless firsthand reports, letters, and diaries that narrate the creation of the Third Reich. “Hitlerland is a bit of a guilty pleasure. Reading about the Nazis is not…

From the Soviet Union to Putin’s Russia, American Journalists Have Navigated Clampdowns

Arrest of reporter Evan Gershkovich is a sign of fraying ties between the Russian government and foreign correspondents Four weeks after Russia’s arrest of Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich, Moscow has taken aim at other American reporters working in the country, the latest sign of how…

A tale of four American journalists in Moscow

by Jon Allsop In the early nineteen eighties, Andrew Nagorski, then Moscow bureau chief for Newsweek, traveled to report from Vologda, a city in a famed dairy region that was struggling with local supply. Nagorski had to register his trip with the authorities, who would usually get someone to “glom…

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson interviews Andrew Nagorski

Last week, the news broke that Russia had arrested a credentialed Wall Street Journal reporter and charged him with spying. Former US journalist Andrew Nagorski was expelled from Russia in 1982 when the Soviet government became angry with his reporting. He joins Boyd to discuss his case vs. Evan…

Interview with Andrew Nagorski by Maura Reynolds for Politico

‘Once They Put Spying on the Table, There’s No Wiggle Room.’ An American journalist who was expelled from the Soviet Union explains why the arrest of a Wall Street Journal reporter in Moscow bodes ill for relations with the Kremlin. he news that another American had been arrested and jailed in…

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These 11 outstanding WWII titles are the best of the year

These 11 outstanding WWII titles are the best of the year, offering perspectives that will feel fresh to even the most devoted history buffs. Including the latest from  @HughEakin, @Freedland, @SteveKemper, @AndrewNagorski, @DeborahACohen & more.

Amarillo Public Library to host series of lectures and films over Americans and the Holocaust

AMARILLO, Texas (KFDA) - The Amarillo Public Library is set to host a series of lectures and films titled, Americans and the Holocaust. According to the release, this series of lectures and films is designed to bring a greater understanding of certain events and themes that will be covered in the…

Literary Hub: What Should You Read Next? Here Are the Best Reviewed Books of the Week Featuring Abdulrazak Gurnah, Emma Donoghue, Sigmund Freud, T. S. Eliot, and more

Saving Freud: The Rescuers Who Brought Him to Freedom by Andrew Nagorski(Simon & Schuster) 3 Rave • 1 Positive “Andrew Nagorski spikes his thriller with truly terrifying notes… Shortly before the dash for freedom, two of Freud’s children, Anna and Martin, were questioned by the Gestapo… They…

“Saving Freud” Book Launch

Museum of Jewish Heritage In March 1938, German soldiers crossed the border into Austria, which was absorbed into Hitler’s Third Reich. Anticipating this, many Jews fled Austria. Sigmund Freud, however, stayed in his hometown of Vienna, even as prominent people who were close to him undertook a…

Armchair Historians interviewing Andrew Nagorski

In this episode, Anne Marie Talks to Andrew Nagorski about his new book Saving Freud: The Rescuers Who Brought Him to Freedom. The book recounts the dramatic true story of Sigmund Freud’s last-minute escape to London following the German annexation of Austria, why he waited until after the Nazi…

‘Saving Freud’ explores dangerous rescue of legendary psychoanalyst

By Amanda Kondolojy Sigmund Freud is a towering figure in popular culture, not only as the founder of psychoanalysis but also as a key originator of broad 20th-century ideas regarding self, sexuality, culture and more. However, it was another part of Freud’s life that caught the eye of St.…

The Next Time You’re Ready to ROFL at AOC

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, known to most as AOC, is personally responsible for a cottage industry of funny memes, video parodies, and ROFL (i.e., rolling on the floor laughing) jokes, all at her expense. Would you expect anything different from a beautiful woman who, with a sense of authority,…

Saving Freud on Kirkus' 20 Best Books to Read in August

HISTORY SAVING FREUD by Andrew Nagorski Excellent biographies of Freud and some contemporaries.

Mel Brooks is a Genius. Polly Adler was a Madam. More Summer Reading: Albania, Poland and Saving Freud

Based on the bestseller lists of recent months, books by Donald Trump’s former attorney general Bill Barr, former defense secretary Mark Esper, and White House factotum Kellyanne Conway have amassed readers galore.  I was not among them.  Here’s a list of some books I read in the first half of 2022…

Florida Authors for the First Amendment Foundation

The Florida First Amendment Foundation fights for open government through our powerful, but always threatened, Sunshine laws. For fund-raising, we're holding an online auction of books (and virtual appearances) by prominent Florida authors.

Ein Amerikaner in Wien

Der US-Autor Andrew Nagorski bereitet ein Buch über Sigmund Freuds Flucht nach England vor und wer aller diesem dabei geholfen hat. Eigentlich liegt das Manuskript schon beim Lektor in New York. Doch Andrew Nagorski ist – da man als geimpfter Amerikaner wieder nach Europa fliegen darf – noch einmal…

In post-WWII Nuremberg and New York, Purim’s future once hung in the balance

While American Jews debated the meaning of the holiday after the Holocaust, Hitler’s top ‘Jew-baiter’ — Nazi publisher Julius Streicher — invoked Purim from the Nuremberg gallows At the gallows on October 16, 1946, the hanging of “Der Stürmer” publisher Julius Streicher did not go as planned.…

"We, the nation" by Ewa Ewart and Jacek Stawiski with the Golden Dolphins in Cannes

The reportage "Let's drown" by Wojciech Bojanowski and the reportage "We, the nation" directed by Ewa Ewart and Jacek Stawiski won the Golden Dolphins at the Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards 2020 festival. The Golden Dolphins at the Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards are awarded to the…

Book Deals: Week of August 10, 2020

Nagorski Gets Freudian at S&S Hitlerland author and former Newsweek journalist Andrew Nagorski sold To Die in Freedom: Sigmund Freud’s Unlikely Rescue Squad to Bob Bender at Simon & Schuster. Robert Gottlieb at Trident Media Group represented Nagorski, selling North American rights to the…

"Friend in the White House"?

Davis, CA—Jan Karski is close to becoming a household name thanks to many prominent people who have been inspired by his story and make every effort to disseminate the Karski legacy. The latest is Andrew Nagorski—an award-winning journalist and author, who spent more than three decades as a foreign…

Nazi guard, 96, fit to serve four-year prison term, court rules

Oskar Groening, dubbed the Bookkeeper of Auschwitz, had appealed to have sentence suspended on health grounds A German court has ruled that a 96-year-old former Nazi SS guard known as the “Bookkeeper of Auschwitz” is fit enough to serve his four-year prison sentence. Oskar Groening’s case is one of…

Author Andrew Nagorski to present “The Nazi Hunters” Sunday

Guest speaker Andrew Nagorski will present “The Nazi Hunters” at 10:30 a.m. Sunday at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 2487 A1A South. More than seven decades after the end of WWII, the era of the Nazi hunters is drawing to a close. Their full saga can now be told. Nagorski’s book, “The Nazi…

Temple Bet Yam to host award-winning author

In remembrance of Yom Hashoah, (the Holocaust) Temple Bet Yam will host award-winning author and journalist Andrew Nagorski for a discussion of his lastest book “The Nazi Hunters.” The program will be at 2 p.m. April 23 at Temple Bet Yam, 2055 Wildwood Drive. Nagorski, who now lives in St.…

Book Deals: Week of March 6, 2017: ​​​​​​​S&S Nabs Nagorski WWII Book

Former Newsweek foreign correspondent Andrew Nagorski (Hitlerland) sold North American rights to a new book about Germany during World War II, The Year Germany Lost the War: 1941. Trident Media Group’s Robert Gottlieb brokered the sale with Alice Mayhew at Simon & Schuster. The book chronicles…

Book Talk Café to host ‘The Nazi Hunters’ author

Journalist and author Andrew Nagorski will reveal the fascinating true story of “The Nazi Hunters” at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 27 at a Book Talk Cafe program at the Ponte Vedra Beach Branch Library. Nagorski’s book focuses on the small band of men and women who refused to allow the crimes of the Third Reich…

Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York, NY

Award-winning journalist and author Andrew Nagorski (The Nazi Hunters) in conversation with Eli Rosenbaum, Director, Human Rights Enforcement Strategy and Policy, US Department of Justice and former Director of the Office of Special Investigations, which was primarily responsible for identifying,…

Holiday Recommendations from the Wall Street Journal for the Best History Books

Andrew Nagorski’s engrossing “The Nazi Hunters” (Simon & Schuster, 393 pages, $30) is the story of the men and women—very different and often at odds with one another—who after 1945 pursued the architects and the executors of the Holocaust. At first they were spurred by a simple thirst for…

Book review: Tireless pursuit to bring Nazi criminals to justice

The sentencing in Germany this year of a 94-year-old former SS guard at the concentration camp at Auschwitz, Poland, and the death in July of Auschwitz survivor and chronicler Elie Wiesel make publication of this book exceptionally timely. Its author is Andrew Nagorski, a onetime Newseek bureau…

Authors in the Park

This October, bestselling authors and screenwriters from across the nation will gather in Winter Park for the first annual Authors in the Park book festival. Mary Gail Coffee of the Winter Park Public Library said that the Authors in the Park book festival will celebrate Orlando’s love of…

Joseph Harmatz, Holocaust ‘avenger’ who plotted reprisal against Nazi POWs, dies at 91

Joseph Harmatz, a Lithuanian Holocaust survivor who led a band of self-proclaimed “avengers” in poisoning 3,000 loaves of bread for German prisoners after World War II, an act that he regarded as rightful retribution for the Nazi slaughter of 6 million Jews, died Sept. 22 at his home in Tel Aviv.…

Gold Coast International Film Festival

We are so thrilled to announce our special guest for our screening of The People vs. Fritz Bauer on Wednesday Night! Award-winning journalist and author of six books, Andrew Nagorski, will join us via Skype following the film! His most recent book, The Nazi Hunters, has received rave reviews…

St. Augustine resident concludes Nazi era in new book

By Emelia Hitchner The last living remnants of the Holocaust, the notorious Nazi war criminals and those who doggedly hunted them, have all but faded away. Still, the tales of the monsters and heroes of World War II riddle the pages of history, specifically the books of author and St. Augustine…

Book review: 'The Nazi Hunters' / The St. Augustine Record

The year 2015 marked the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz and other concentration camps that produced the most “astronomical body count in history.” In June, former Auschwitz guard Reinhold Hanning, 94, was convicted of 170,000 counts of accessory to murder and sentenced to five…

In History's Court

The death this month of Elie Wiesel left a gaping moral and historical void that widens daily as the ranks of the generation of Holocaust survivors continues to thin. But in The Nazi Hunters, Andrew Nagorski fills that void, blending key documentary evidence with over 50 interviews of central…

World War II Magazine

On newsstands now... the July/August edition of World War II Magazine, featuring The Nazi Hunters as the cover story.

In World War II Today...

“[A] deep and sweeping account of a relentless search for justice.” —The Washington Post More than seven decades after the end of the Second World War, the era of the Nazi Hunters is drawing to a close as they and the hunted die off. Their saga can now be told almost in its entirety. After the…

Book review: 'The Nazi Hunters' by Andrew Nagorski

“I’ve tried to make sure that people don’t forget what happened,” concentration camp survivor and famed Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal told author Andrew Nagorski in their last conversation before Wiesenthal died in 2005. In his latest history, “The Nazi Hunters,” Nagorski accomplishes that goal as…

Nazi Hunters' chronicles a dogged pursuit of justice

Criminals are never beyond the law – but how far should we go in persecuting Nazi officers, guards and soldiers 71 years after the end of World War II? Nagorski's book energetically tells some of the most famous stories of the quest to push against that historical complacency. It's an epic tale, as…

The Nazi hunters who wouldn’t give up: “Many war criminals… simply went back and resumed their lives”

Detailed, dramatic, and at times gripping, Andrew Nagorski’s “The Nazi Hunters” looks at about a dozen men and women who kept pushing at a time when the world was trying to move on. Hunters like Simon Wiesenthal and Serge and Ben Klarsfeld are characters here, as are Gestapo chief Klaus Barbie,…

Finishing the War: At first punishment was meted swiftly. But those who could delay their day in court got off lightly.

BY FREDERICK TAYLOR Between 1618 and 1648, millions of civilians died from violence, famine and pestilence as armies ranged across Central Europe in a savage conflict about power and religion. When the treaty was signed that ended the Thirty Years’ War, one famous clause granted perpetua oblivio et…

Why the long, hard hunt for Nazis had to carry on

Ten top-ranking Nazis were sent to the gallows in 1946 by the international war crimes tribunal in Nuremberg. Many more escaped justice for decades or forever, some by taking their own lives, some by going into hiding and some merely because all but a few dedicated avengers lost interest in them.…

Nagorski Traces Nearly-Forgotten History In ‘Nazi Hunters’

Following the end of World War II, the U.S. and its European allies pivoted immediately to a new mission: to stop the spread of Soviet Communism. The Cold War had begun, Nazis who would have been tried as war criminals suddenly became key resources in the fight against the communists, and the…

Overseas Press Club Book Event for The Nazi Hunters

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New & notable book: Andrew Nagorski’s ‘The Nazi Hunters’

Andrew Nagorski, author of 2012’s Hitlerland, digs into the end of an era in The Nazi Hunters, a historical biography that chronicles the best-known and lesser-known hunters and their hunted more than 70 years after the end of World War II and the closing of Auschwitz and the other concentration…

The Advantages of Old-Fashioned Reporting

Earlier this week, Andrew Nagorski divulged the advantage of spreading the word about your research. With the release of his sixth book, The Nazi Hunters, this week, Andrew is guest blogging for the Jewish Book Council all week as part of the Visiting Scribe series here on The ProsenPeople. Any…

What Nazi Hunters Reveal About the Way We See History - TIME

What Nazi Hunters Reveal About the Way We See History Lily Rothman, Time A new book goes inside a chapter of history that's about to end As trials of former Nazis wend their way through the German legal system, as Eliza Gray explores in the latest issue of TIME, everyone involved knows there is…

The Nazi Hunters – An Interview with Andrew Nagorski

After the Nuremberg trials concluded and the Cold War began, most of the victors in World War II turned their attention elsewhere, too preoccupied to finish prosecuting Nazi war criminals. Lower-ranking Nazi officials blended in with the rest of Europe as people across the continent embarked upon…

They Hunted Nazis to the Ends of the Earth

There is a Zelig-like quality to Andrew Nagorski’s “The Nazi Hunters.” More often than not, in a saga spanning decades and continents, Nagorski has been there, interviewing the men and women pursuing the worst villains of the Holocaust. Many of the stories he recounts, from the long-delayed capture…

Spreading the Word

Andrew Nagorski is the author of Hitlerland and The Nazi Hunters, released this week. Andrew is guest blogging for the Jewish Book Council all week as part of the Visiting Scribe series here on The ProsenPeople. As a journalist, I had a deeply ingrained instinct not to share too much information…

History: ‘The Nazi Hunters,’ by Andrew Nagorski

Andrew Nagorski’s The Nazi Hunters comes at a significant point, at the juncture between living memory and the historical record. Death, rather than the courts, now claims the last Nazi criminals — as well as those who labored for decades to bring them to justice. Nagorski has had long experience…

Books: Hunting monsters

Andrew Nagorski writes an exhaustive account of those who continue to go after Nazi war criminals. Seven decades after the end of World War II, at least one Nazi hunter remains active. For a campaign called Operation Last Chance, Efraim Zuroff, the director of the Israel office of the Simon…

Why the Nazi hunters’ epic quest is coming to an unheralded end

Bringing Nazi criminals to justice has been a counter-cultural pursuit, both immediately after the war and today As Germany closes the book on Shoah-related trials, author Andrew Nagorski probes a seven-decade saga in his new book, ‘The Nazi Hunters’   “One-third detective, one-third historian, one…

Andrew Nagorski's The Nazi Hunters Released

Andrew Nagorski’s latest book, The Nazi Hunters, (Simon & Schuster) will be released in May with several events in New York City. Nagorski, EWI’s  former vice president of communications and public policy, will speak at the Overseas Press Club of America, 747 Third Ave., on May 18, at 6:00 p.m…

Hunting Nazis To Their Dying Day: An Interview with Author Andrew Nagorski

Major Wilhelm Trapp, who led of one of the most notorious Nazi killing squads in Poland, once said to his driver, “If this Jewish business is ever avenged on earth, then have mercy on us Germans.” Most Nazis never did meet justice on this earth. That even a few did is largely thanks to a small…

Special guest after screening of "The People vs. Fritz Bauer"

Centerpiece Film at the Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival: The People vs. Fritz Bauer Philadelphia PremiereDate: Monday, April 18Time: 7:30 pmLocation: Kimmel Center for Performing ArtsDirector: Lars KraumeGenre: Narrative (based on a true story)Country: GermanyYear: 2015Running Time: 105…

Nagorski on “Witnesses to History: Americans Abroad in Hitler’s Europe” by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

KAITY KLONOWSKI | Special to Jewish News  The 1920s and 1930s were key to Adolf Hitler’s rise to power and “if people had been paying attention during those two decades, this whole thing – the entire Holocaust – could have been prevented,” author Andrew Nagorski told an audience at the Valley of…

"It was war. It was normal."

West Point, NY— On May 1 Andrew Nagorski, a renowned author and journalist, and a former foreign correspondent and editor for Newsweek, gave an engaging presentation on Jan Karski at the United States Military Academy (USMA) at West Point, NY, at the 2015 Annual Kosciuszko Conference “For Your…

Perfect Storms: Hitler's Frozen Army

Airing several time this week on the Smithsonian Channel, the documentary based in large part on the book, "The Greatest Battle," where Andy provides commentary throughout the film.

Readers should navigate more nonfiction

There’s a typical path for the people who consider themselves readers. The first milestone, after ABCs have been learnt, is the time when fifth graders start reading eighth grade level work to maximize AR Reading points – this is the time of “Wind in the Willows,” “Harry Potter,” and for those who…

Jerusalem of Snow

The title of my book comes from the term American correspondents in Germany in the 30s used among themselves, but fascinating to see this JTA mention in a 1934 story from Jerusalem: "Local modistes flung their heart and soul into new window decorations, particularly the enterprising newcomers from…

International Press Clubs Converge in Warsaw

Warsaw was the site of the annual meeting of the International Association of Press Clubs (IAPC) under the direction of Jaroslaw Wlodarczyk of the Press Club Polska. Jarek is an energetic man who ran the meetings, planned the programs and even acted as tour guide on excursions in Warsaw and Gdansk…

The Greatest Battle - Now available on e-book for U.K. readers

The Greatest Battle: Stalin, Hitler, and the Desperate Struggle for Moscow That Changed the Course of World War II [Kindle Edition]

Roland Emmerich to Develop Lawrence of Arabia Miniseries

LONDON – Helmer-producer Roland Emmerich is to develop a miniseries based on the life of Lawrence of Arabia for FremantleMedia Intl. Emmerich, best known for “Independence Day” and the upcoming  “White House Down,” is developing the series with Marc Frydman (“Straw Dogs,” “Murder in the First,” “…

Author discusses American accounts of Nazi rise to power

Andrew Nagorski, a former Newsweek correspondent who was stationed in Bonn and Berlin, told an audience during a recent United States Holocaust Memorial Museum program at B'nai Torah Congregation in Boca Raton that he didn't give much thought to what it must have been like for his American…

NZ sale for Prisoner reboot

New Zealand’s TVNZ has signed a pre-sale deal for a new Australian drama that FremantleMedia International will be launching at MipTV next week. Wentworth (10x60′), a FremantleMedia Australia production, is due to premier on Foxtel’s SoHo channel in Australia in May this year. The show is a reboot…

FremantleMedia Appoints Sangeeta Desai To COO/CFO Post

American Idol and X Factor producer FremantleMedia has named former HIT Entertainment COO Sangeeta Desai to the combined roles of COO and CFO with immediate effect. The exec will be based in London and report to Fremantle CEO Cecile Frot-Coutaz. Desai has also been named to the board of directors.…

The Globalist's Top Books of 2012

From the legacy of British colonialism and the possibility of Hitler's assassination to Turkey's role in the Arab Middle East and Afghanistan's cotton fields, The Globalist Bookshelf crisscrossed the world and spanned centuries of history in 2012. As a year-end special, we present ten of the best…

Our Favorite Books of 2012: Tina Brown, Andrew Sullivan, and Others’ Picks

From Tina Brown to Andrew Sullivan to Michael Tomasky, our writers and editors pick the favorite books they read this year. The Orphan Master’s SonBy Adam Johnson Into the sinister, bizarre kingdom of North Korea Johnson leads us with flair. On Saudi ArabiaBy Karen Eliot House One of the most…

Marshall Herskovitz To Write And Produce Drama About Rise Of German Nazis For FremantleMedia Based On Book ‘Hitlerland’

EXCLUSIVE: In one of FremantleMedia‘s highest-profile scripted projects to date, the American Idol and X Factorproducer has teamed with veteran feature and TV writer/producer Marshall Herskovitz for a drama series project inspired by the book Hitlerland by Andrew Nagorski published earlier this…

Andrew Nagorski Presented With Tikkun Olam Award

Andrew Nagorski, EWI vice president and director of public policy, was awarded with a Tikkun Olam award from Haiti Holocaust Survivors, an organization seeking to explore the Haiti Jewish refugee experience by connecting with those who fled Europe to found safe haven in Haiti, as well as their…

Philip K Dick novel heads to TV

Philip K Dick's Hugo Award-winning novel The Man in the High Castle is to be adapted for digital channel Syfy. The novel will be adapted into a four-hour miniseries. Ridley Scott's Scott Free Productions will produce, alongside Headline Pictures, Electric Shepherd Productions and FremantleMedia…

Tracking Amazon: Nagorski's 'Hitlerland' Spikes After PBS Spot

On June 20, Andrew Nagorski appeared on PBS's NewsHour. On June 21, his book, Hitlerland: American Eyewitnesses to the Nazi Rise to Power (Simon &Schuster), jumped to #81 from #6,775. The book also made a jump on Kindle, going to #369 from #11,590.

Paradise Valley Country Club in Phoenix

Andrew Nagorski - "How the World Sees the United States" Who:  Andrew Nagorski, Vice President and Director of Public Policy, The EastWest Institute When:  Tuesday, January 18, 2011 (Dinner) Where:  Paradise Valley Country Club By PCFR Members George Sheer & John Roberts  Registration for this…

30th Anniversary of Solidarity Celebration in Los Angeles

Vice President and Director of Public Policy at the EastWest Institute Andrew Nagorski speaks at the 30th Anniversary of Solidarity celebration in Los Angeles with Former President Lech Walesa at the Museum Of Tolerance on December 15, 2010 in Los Angeles, California.

SOVIET EXPELS U.S. WRITER FOR NEWSWEEK - The New York Times

The Soviet Foreign Ministry today summoned Andrew Nagorski, Moscow correspondent for Newsweek magazine, and informed him that he was being stripped of his accreditation and given ''a reasonable time'' to leave the country. It was the first expulsion of an American reporter since 1977. An official…

Young Journalists Edit Bi-Weekly Paper

At Bethesda Elementary, when Andy was 11 years old.