USA Today notes that for the first time in more than two years, none of the books in Stephenie Meyer's "Twilight" series ranks in the Top 20 of their bestseller lists.
A moving story of political and personal turmoil set in the Ethiopia of the 1970s.
Four months after the highly successful launch of "Going Rogue," Sarah Palin says she's ready to write again.
British readers had some unusual answers when asked what books they most wanted to pass on to the next generation.
More than a decade later, an in-depth look at the Monica Lewinsky scandal.
A look at what's selling best at independent bookstores across America.
Mitt Romney's "No Apology: The Case for American Greatness" reads like a playbook for a 2012 presidential run.
Stephanie Saldana's memoir "The Bread of Angels" tells of the year she spent in Syria, studying Arabic and searching for God.
The publisher of "The Last Train from Hiroshima" by Charles Pellegrino is halting publication – and that's been very good for sales.
Theodor Seuss Geisel would have been 106 today. Read Across America Day honors his life and work.
Ted Conover travels roads the world over to see how they are changing us.
Philip Hoare, author of "The Whale," has spent years studying these mysterious creatures and what surprises him most is how little we actually know.
With John Grisham taking aim at kids, will other big names follow suit?
On the road in a changing China.
Why being smart won't necessarily get you into Harvard.
It's taken 20 years – and Angelina Jolie – to realize a movie deal for Patricia Cornwell character Kay Scarpetta.