Nixon Kissinger Haig 1972 from Polaris

Vanity Fair: Nixon Unbound

Though Richard Nixon’s reign was cut short by the Watergate scandal, his first term was on many fronts a triumph. In an adaptation from their new book, which draws on 3,700 hours of Nixon’s White House tapes, two historians reveal the 37th president as crisis manager, geopolitical strategist, and duplicitous paranoid. Read Full Article Here

Vanity Fair Sean Penn feature by Douglas Brinkley

Welcome to Camp Penn

If it looks as if Sean Penn is just another Hollywood star courting headlines with a camera-ready cause, look again. Since January, barely stopping to promote his next film, Fair Game, the actor, director, and activist has plunged full-time into Haitian earthquake-relief work… Read Full Article Here

Vanity Fair Johnny Depp feature by Doug Brinkley

Johnny Depp’s Great Escape

Plunging deep into his roles—from the self-created (Edward Scissorhands and Captain Jack Sparrow) to the painstakingly re-created (Hunter S. Thompson, and John Dillinger in this month’s Public Enemies)—Johnny Depp can drive himself to the edge of the psyche. Read Full Article Here