A pair of researchers suggests political foes may find reconciliation in books.
Feeling stressed about US politics? Maybe you should take a break and read. RFK would have.
Gerald Durrell was a British naturalist whose passion for animals blossomed when his oddball family, headed by his widowed mother, decided to leave England for Greece, hoping for milder weather, new adventures, and a cheaper cost of living.
Barbershop Books hopes to make good use of time spent in the barber's chair to connect young boys to books.
Although highly qualified for the job, James Buchanan failed massively as 15th president of the United States. Journalist and author Robert Strauss explains why.