Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice joins Colin Powell in protesting claims made by Dick Cheney in his memoir.
Grossman's own son was killed during 2006 fighting between Israel and Lebanon, a painful reality which gives his award-winning novel "To the End of the Land" an even deeper resonance.
Post-Civil War Charleston, S.C., was hammered by fire, hurricanes, a tense racial situation – and a 7.3-magnitude earthquake – 125 years ago this week.
New research being published in "The Jefferson-Hemings Controversy" disputes claims that Thomas Jefferson fathered children with Sally Hemings.
The "We Shall Never Forget 9/11" coloring book is part of a Muslim-bashing, Quran-burning, mosque-opposing culture that’s been brewing in recent years.
A tiny bookstore around the corner from Tripoli's Green Square is one of the first businesses to reopen in Libya's capital.
Critics – including former Secretary of State Colin Powell – fulminate over Dick Cheney's memoir.
Jay Bahadur chewed khat, fielded lies, and made his way through the intricacies of Somali clan politics as he gathered information for "The Pirates of Somalia."
"Three Cups of Tea" author Greg Mortenson remains silent as his attorneys fight a $5 million class action lawsuit.
The 2011 report from Bookfinder includes a book on sweater designs from the Tudor royals and a pancake cookbook.