How the Oscar-nominated “Lady Bird” director updated Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel for a new generation.
“When George Orwell wrote this it was just fiction. Now it’s just frightening."
Andy Muschietti said his film is "connected to the times that we live in.”
The MSNBC host said the president is probably wondering right now if Bolton will keep quiet.
The government says the former CIA and NSA official's new book, "Permanent Record," violates his nondisclosure agreements.
Miller's case was a news and social media circus. Now she's reclaiming the narrative.
Both women have pointed to their Asian identity and the insidiousness of the "model minority" stereotype in deciding to speak out about sexual assault.
Author Brian Raftery talks about "Election," "Being John Malkovich" and a few other favorites of that landmark year in film.
The journalist claims in his new book that the Enquirer's top editor ordered staffers to destroy sensitive Trump-linked documents before the 2016 election.
The complaint accusing President Donald Trump of misconduct should be held up as an example of how to write well.
People are chiming in with title suggestions for the former White House press secretary's upcoming memoir.
The book “Catch and Kill” accuses the network of covering up alleged serial sexual abuse by former “Today” host Matt Lauer.
The former Democratic presidential candidate has a daughter and three grandchildren.
One Twitter user wondered, "What maniac leaves a taco uneaten?"
In her new book, "The Witches are Coming," West dissects the cultural moment we're living in today — and how we got here.
''F**k, Now There Are Two of You" is Adam Mansbach's latest expletive-filled bedtime story.
In 2017, multiple women said the veteran political journalist sexually harassed them while serving as political director at ABC News.
As the writing challenge turns 20, it’s time for the publishing industry to challenge itself.
“Our democracy is crumbling before my very eyes. And if this motherf**ker can do it, why can't I?” June Diane Raphael told HuffPost.
The author told "The View" on Wednesday that when he found out little kids were being locked up in cages, he couldn't help but think, "This is like my book.”