Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Gail Caldwell discusses her memoir, "Bright Precious Thing."
When President Trump uses phrases like "radical left," he's pulling from a playbook Newt Gingrich helped write.
Robert Caro's "Working" isn't really a memoir — it's about the processes behind his research and interviews as he writes his acclaimed books.
A new book looks at how two Jewish families with massive business empires helped build modern China.
Bethany C. Morrow discusses her new young adult book "A Song Below Water," which tells the story of two black girls with magical powers living in Portland Oregon.
Journalist and author Scott Carney talks about his new book, "The Wedge: Evolution, Consciousness, Stress, and the Key to Human Resilience."
The new Rising Voices Library is a collection of books that feature underrepresented communities in children's literature.
In her new book, journalist Lisa Napoli recounts how Ted Turner and CNN changed the way we consume news.
Long before this crisis, economist Gene Sperling has been thinking about ways to restructure the economy.
François Clemmons writes about his life and his deep friendship with Fred Rogers in the memoir "Officer Clemmons."
Elizabeth Wetmore's new book explores the ramifications of a brutal attack in Odessa, Texas, in the mid-1970s.
"Final Draft: The Collected Work of David Carr" includes more than 50 of the late journalist's stories.
Jack Reid wrote the book "Roadside Americans: The Rise and Fall of Hitchhiking in a Changing Nation."
This May marks 50 years since an anti-war protest in Kent, Ohio, turned deadly.
In his latest book, military analyst Andrew Bacevich surveys the period between the fall of the Berlin Wall and the election of Donald Trump — and finds mostly folly and...
Barry Sonnenfeld’s memoir is laced with hilarious, sometimes absurd, moments from his childhood into adult life.
Katherine Stewart's new book is called "The Power Worshippers: Inside the Dangerous Rise of Religious Nationalism."
Edward Achorn's new book is titled "Every Drop Of Blood: The Momentous Second Inauguration of Abraham Lincoln."
The Peabody Award-winning series “Cosmos” returns next week for its third season on National Geographic.
The rural-urban political divide has been increasing over the past few decades.