Book recommendations from super smart people are always great. But what's even better is when smart people share not just whatever title happens to interest them at the moment, but the one book that changed
It’s a fall filled with shocking, revealing, lyrically written memoirs by some of the biggest names in music. We rounded up the 12 you need to have on your radar. For pre-order links, click the release
One of the more jarring moments of parenthood came when I did a simple math problem. My son was born 17 years after the Sept. 11 attacks. So what, I wondered, would the historical parallel be for me compared
They wore parkas to meetings, or two pairs of tights. They traveled in pairs. They feigned phone calls and hid in bathrooms. They said no. They changed careers, or industries. They accepted settlements,
I was a big reader before I discovered Stephen King, but his books pressed a lever in me. The best of his early novels — “The Shining,” “The Stand,” “Carrie” — came out while I was in grade school, and
In his new book, Malcolm Gladwell argues that we can’t tell when people are lying, we default to believing them and that a person’s outward behavior isn’t always a good barometer of what’s going on inside.