From the energy crisis to The Doors, from Hitler’s Germany to Rin Tin Tin, here are the nonfiction titles that have readers buzzing this fall.
Some highlights from the third (and final) day of Pope Francis's visit to the Holy Land.
A Christian Science perspective: No one can be left out of divine Love's abundance.
Reza Aslan, author of 'Zealot,' a biography of Jesus, explores how Jesus fit into his time and place.
A contentious dig in Israel delves into the kingdoms of David and Solomon, stirring a debate over the veracity of the biblical record.
As a nexus of religions, and archaeology, Jerusalem inspires intense fights over moving even a single 'grain of dirt.'
A Christian Science perspective: Little things can change the world.
Israel is ramping up its outreach to the growing numbers of evangelical Christians, particularly in the Global South, in order to build popular support for state policies.
Details are emerging about the extramarital affair that led to CIA Director David Petraeus's resignation. Some in Congress want to know why the FBI waited so long to inform them.
Mitt Romney praised the cultures of economic success in Israel, and criticized the Palestinian economy. Palestinian leaders called Romney's comments 'racist.'
A Christian Science perspective: In this age of multitasking, what needs our whole heart?