By the time he left the presidency, Theodore Roosevelt had saved an unprecedented 230-million acres of American land.
Musician Peter Frampton discusses his new memoir, "Do You Feel Like I Do?"
What if everything we've been believed about America being a meritocracy — where hard work will bring success — is wrong?
The trauma that Lan Cao and her family experienced would not only shape her life but her daughter Harlan Margaret Van Cao's as well.
The Grammy-winning artist wrote a deep reflection of his growth as a musician.
Author Karen Russell's novella "Sleep Donation" about an insomnia pandemic is out in paperback on Tuesday.
Black American culture has a significant influence on K-pop music at large, author Crystal Anderson says.
In a new book out this week, two legal scholars make the case that what they call the administrative state is constitutionally justified.
The "H is for Hawk" author talks about her new essay collection.
Former FBI agent Peter Strzok talks about his new book, "Compromised: Counterintelligence and the Threat of Donald J. Trump."
In "What Can I Do?: My Path From Climate Despair to Action," the actress and activist tells the story of the launch of Fire Drill Fridays to draw attention to...
Marion Nestle has been thinking about the intersection between food, science, public health and politics for the last 20 years.
Carl Hiaasen's new novel "Squeeze Me" incorporates pythons, an animal wrangler and a missing socialite who is a devoted fan of a reality TV star-turned president.
"The Testaments," Margaret Atwood's follow up to her landmark 1985 novel "The Handmaid's Tale," comes out in paperback this week.
In "America in the World," the former World Bank president lays out five traditions of America's relations with the world.
Author J. Courtney Sullivan speaks about her new novel, "Friends and Strangers."
In 2007, looking to explore his own African roots, David Lammy started a quest that resulted in his book.
The "Today" host shares words of encouragement and life lessons in his new memoir.
"Memoirs and Misinformation" centers around an actor named Jim Carrey — a hugely successful comedian who struggles for artistic recognition.
Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Gail Caldwell discusses her memoir, "Bright Precious Thing."