"When you ban my book, you’re telling me that a child like mine doesn’t belong in your schools or your communities."
Two HuffPost reporters assess whether the final installment of the Netflix rom-com trilogy, starring Lana Condor and Noah Centineo, hits the right notes.
A new book by Maurice Chammah, "Let the Lord Sort Them: The Rise and Fall of the Death Penalty,” examines America's uneasy history of capital punishment.
The book, “State of Terror,” concerns a “novice” secretary of state who tries to solve a wave of terrorist attacks while working in the administration of a rival politician.
If you really want to be an ally, reading nonfiction about race in America isn't enough. Black fiction should make your list, too.
Author Stephanie Winston Wolkoff hailed her "vindication" after the attempt by the Trump Justice Department "to silence me."
The “Star Wars” star recently recorded a vocal track for “Will You Wear A Mask? I Ask,” a Dr. Seuss-style book about the need to wear face masks in public.
The "Late Show" host mocks the ex-president's son's response to Dr. Seuss news.
The former Beatle's upcoming book, “The Lyrics: 1956 to the Present,” will trace his life through 154 songs.
"He was a kid with a million questions."