Many derided the president's son for touting his book's bestselling status in a paper his dad insists offers "fake news."
John Kelly and Rex Tillerson resisted the president's agenda while in office, the former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations wrote in her new memoir.
Comedy group The Good Liars changed covers on the presidential son's book to "make it a little more honest."
The anonymous author of "A Warning," reportedly a current or former White House official, said talk of removing Trump escalated after Comey was fired.
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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.
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Both women have pointed to their Asian identity and the insidiousness of the "model minority" stereotype in deciding to speak out about sexual assault.
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TED speaker and triple amputee Dr. BJ Miller talks about his new book, "A Beginner's Guide to the End," and why millennials are the “sandwich generation” of caregivers.
The celebrated author reflects on Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rican politics and how she stays connected to her culture from hundreds of miles away.
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.