Longtime Cosmopolitan editor Helen Gurley Brown shocked some Americans with her views on the single woman.
As Amazon puts its older tablets on sale, rumors swirl that a new model is coming soon.
'The Jefferson Lies' by David Barton was intended as a myth-busting biography of Thomas Jefferson, but publisher Thomas Nelson says it has received numerous reports of factual errors in the book.
Cumming talks about missing out on that M16 job and the role of gender in the world of spies.
The 'Find Waldo Local' campaign, held nationwide for the month of July, had customers hunting for Waldo in independent bookstores and businesses.
The World Cities Cultural Report reports that Tokyo has a staggering number of bookstores while Paris made it to number one for the most libraries.
'Fifty Shades of Grey' has passed the 'Harry Potter' books and 'The Da Vinci Code' to become the country's bestselling book.
College students looking to save money on textbook costs now have a bevy of options, including a new rental program from Amazon.
Comedian Joan Rivers handcuffed herself to a shopping cart and compared Costco to "Nazi Germany" because the giant retailer refuses to carry her book.