Simon & Schuster said it was working with the author on how to revise her 1999 book "Lucky" after Anthony Broadwater was cleared of the assault it describes.
Sex "would literally make me gag and sometimes even vomit,” the entertainer wrote in his new memoir.
The former vice president reportedly convinced Mike Pence he couldn't throw out the election results in order to keep Trump in power.
He'd have to appeal to more than his base to win reelection — because many voters were sick of his "f**king grievances," the attorney general reportedly said.
The president had a four-word reaction to what the former guy left behind.
Take the conversation beyond Latinx Heritage Month and beyond the classroom.
From beach reads (hey, it's still warm!) to gripping tales, here are the juicy books you're seeing all over right now.
The author of the hugely popular series of books often played with his son, Christopher Robin, at the bridge in the 1920s.
A new book, "West Side Rising," tells the story of the storm that ravaged San Antonio's Latino community and gave rise to a political movement still growing today.
Stephanie Grisham, a former White House press secretary, also said the first lady was at a "photo shoot of a rug on Jan. 6."
Former White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham says conversations between the two world leaders "redefined the word random.”
The former president phoned his press secretary from Air Force One to assure her his penis was neither small nor toadstool-shaped, Grisham wrote in her tell-all.
The former White House press secretary declined to tell CNN's Jake Tapper whom she voted for instead.
Conservatives were ridiculed for objecting to the sexual orientation of a comic book character.
Merriam-Webster announced the newly added words on its website, saying “Just as the language never stops evolving, the dictionary never stops expanding.”
"He's crazy," Trump reportedly told advisers in November, adding that "the actual lawyers have been told they cannot represent my campaign.”
There’s a very familiar character in “State of Terror.”
The untitled book will include the Oscar-winning actor’s thoughts on acting, directing, his 50-year marriage to Joanne Woodward, drinking, politics and racing.
Some librarians in Campbell County are accused of putting books some say are obscene in sections for children and teenagers.
The actor told GQ: “I’m not saying we shouldn’t defund the police. I’m saying, just don’t say that, because then people who would help you won’t.”