Technology may be amplifying our egotism, but its roots go way, way back, a new book argues.
Madeleine L’Engle’s granddaughter helps explain how a strange error had gone uncorrected over innumerable printings since 1962.
Robert Louis Stevenson is reputed to have thrown his first draft of 'Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde' into the fire. But was he the real literary arsonist?
The politician had a rare quality: the ability to admit he was wrong. After a surprise armed attack on America, he ultimately realized that the world is not zero-sum.
I read 1,046 books in my decade behind bars, one of the last cultures where libraries are still cherished. Now, a nasty new policy will ensure that inmates read less.
‘No wonder his only friends are ‘Fox & Friends!’’ the host said after reading excerpts from Michael Wolff’s new book.