A controversial character in the author's new book may be minor, but what the character represents deserves to be called out, challenged and unpacked.
"A Promised Land," to be released Nov. 17, weighs in at a whopping 768 pages. Obama said it's "a fun and informative read."
Don Winslow calls out Trump for his botched coronavirus response, and his supporters for living in denial.
The author has faced backlash after a reviewer said the moral of her book “Troubled Blood” is to “never trust a man in a dress.”
These stories cover handwashing, germs, anxiety, separation and more.
In "Rage," the journalist describes how Trump's erratic tweeting ramped up tensions inside the White House, prompting one top official to sleep in his clothes.
Stephanie Winston Wolkoff told "The View" that she only started recording the first lady after being "accused of a crime" and "thrown under the bus."
Winslow has a blunt reminder for Trump's supporters ahead of Election Day.
“The horse, as we used to say in Texas, seems to be out of the barn,” U.S. District Judge Royce Lamberth in Washington said at a hearing.
The civil rights organization argued for the former national security adviser's right to publish a book about working with Trump while pointing out his spotty human rights record.