The college town of Lexington, Ky. is the US city in which e-readers are the most popular, according to a new study by The Atlantic.
Apple wants the anti-trust case filed against it by the DOJ to be decided 'on the merits.'
Günter Grass’s poem 'What Must Be Said' is many things, but it is not a blanket denunciation of Israel.
Are readers who bought 'Three Cups of Tea' entitled to compensation?
A book by Pippa Middleton, reportedly titled 'Celebrate,' will include party-planning tips.
Pulitzer juror Susan Larson said she and the rest of the fiction jury are 'shocked … angry … and very disappointed' that the Pulitzer board elected not to choose a 2012 fiction winner.
The Titanic was in 'a killing zone of nature,' says author Timothy Maltin.