Although highly qualified for the job, James Buchanan failed massively as 15th president of the United States. Journalist and author Robert Strauss explains why.
After a long period of speculation, Italy's most famously anonymous novelist may now be facing the furor of public scrutiny.
In 1901, NY’s second city played host to fairgoers, stunts, and an assassination, as detailed in historian Margaret Creighton's new book 'The Electrifying Fall of Rainbow City.'
Reading books 'strengthens the spirit of faith and the will to solve social problems,' says an Iranian judge.