Regular book reading appears to promote a 'significant survival advantage,' says a Yale University study.
Depressed and isolated after his loss to Ronald Reagan in the 1980 presidential election, Carter found a new mission and changed the world
The US presidential campaign was strikingly similar to the crucial 1940 contest between Franklin D. Roosevelt and Wendell Willkie. Historian Susan Dunn explains why.
I have come to connect reading with food – a bond that grows particularly strong in summer.
As Trump faces fire, a look back at the words that shook Joseph McCarthy.
Flannery O’Connor once said that, 'in the long run, a people is known, not by its statements and statistics, but by the stories it tells.'