In her new book, tax law professor Dorothy Brown argues that the U.S. systems for generating wealth inherently favor white Americans while also penalizing Black Americans.
Martha Wells' latest Murderbot novella, "Fugitive Telemetry," made the bestseller lists less than two weeks after publication.
Her candid memoir "Stronger: Courage, Hope, and Humor in My Life with John McCain" is out Tuesday.
Adulting can be hard — but Julie Lythcott-Haims's new book explains how to do it.
Jonathan Meiburg's new book "A Most Remarkable Creature" documents his quest to learn more about caracaras, the raptor birds.
In "My Broken Language," Hudes pays tribute to the many women who have influenced her along the way — from growing up in Philadelphia to studying music at Yale and...
Author Cal Newport's new book explores how email not only destroys our productivity at work but also makes us miserable.
Growing up the child of a white military dad and Filipino mom brought with it a lot of pain that fueled Koy's comedy.
One of editor Amy Solomon's biggest influences is the late Gilda Radner, one of the original "Saturday Night Live" cast members.
Scott DeLisi, a former U.S. ambassador, tells the story of a small stray dog he found high in the Himalayas — an encounter that reaffirmed his belief that diplomats need...
The actor also has a master's degree in English literature. In the past few years, he's turned his talents to writing novels.
Author Jesse Holland and illustrator John Jennings talk about their new projects and love of comics.
Elizabeth Miki Brina is the child of a white Vietnam war veteran and the nightclub hostess he met in Okinawa, Japan.
The new book, edited by Ibram X. Kendi and Keisha N. Blain, takes a communal look at a history that has long been buried.
In 2012, Theo Padnos was looking for a way into Syria to cover the civil war. The men who offered to help him were not who they said they were....
Author Anna Malaika Tubbs discusses her new book, "The Three Mothers: How the Mothers of Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, and James Baldwin Shaped a Nation."
For decades in the mid-20th century, adoptions in the U.S. were shrouded in secrecy. "American Baby" dives deep into the story of one mother and her child.
Along with his men, 16th-century polar explorer William Barents traveled farther north than any other European at that time.
Relationships, volunteering and simple acts of kindness can help with the process of "Growing Young," science writer Marta Zaraska says.
Nicholas Christakis talks about how the coronavirus pandemic will continue to affect our lives in the future.