Former Palin aide Frank Bailey's book, "Blind Allegiance to Sarah Palin," is scheduled for release next month.
Nearly a century after Lawrence of Arabia’s fame, many of his ideas about the Middle East remain prescient.
Borders bankruptcy comes at a time when the company reports $2 million in losses each day at the stores it plans to close.
From harrowing glimpses of life in North Korea to the stories of the black Americans who fled the Jim Crow South, these five nonfiction titles were nominated by the National Book Critics Circle as the best work of 2010. The final award will be announced in March.
What better way to honor Dr. King than to learn more about his life and legacy?
Keep your eyes out for these new titles fit for both presidents and kings.
There's no better way to face the new year than with a good book in hand. Here are 15 promising-looking nonfiction books, all due for release early in 2011.