With biographies like Carl Sandburg's 'Lincoln,' Americans can learn about past presidents on any day of the year.
Neill Lochery's new book "Lisbon" chronicles Portugal's pivotal role in World War II.
Knox, who had her murder conviction overturned in October, will publish a memoir through HarperCollins.
Fox host Bill O'Reilly, who has already written about Lincoln's assassination in his bestseller 'Killing Lincoln,' will now tackle Kennedy's assassination.
Robert Harris, the author of 'The Ghost,' discusses his new financial page-turner "The Fear Index" and his predilection for writing about ancient Rome.
Special Olympics CEO Tim Shriver says his new book will focus on how the athletes involved in the competition have changed his life.
'Love, InshAllah' challenges pre-conceived notions about Muslim women and love