Recently declassified documents and books seized at the compound where Osama bin Laden was killed in 2011 may offer a window on the terrorist leader's interests.
Luz, the Charlie Hebdo cartoonist, is coming under increasing fire for the magazine's provocative content.
Three writers share their thoughts and concerns about sharing deeply personal secrets in a memoir.
'Improbable Libraries,' by Alex Johnson, chronicles the lengths to which librarians the world over will go to serve their communities.
'Towns' is by John Green, the writer behind the hit movie 'The Fault in Our Stars.'
'Explainer,' the upcoming book by 'What If?' writer Munroe, is already near the top of bestseller lists despite not being published until November.
The family of Swedish author Astrid Lindgren has decided to publish the diaries she kept reflecting life in Sweden during World War II.