"How to Defend America From the Woke Mob" has been on sale since the end of Kyle Rittenhouse's trial.
The teenager has been on a media tour since his acquittal by a Wisconsin jury and he is looking into writing a book.
Donald Trump launched a tirade against the former Israeli prime minister in interviews for a book by journalist Barak Ravid.
Cuomo's book "Deep Denial" was set to be published by HarperCollins in fall 2022.
"It's the book that I wanted to put out," said the legendary British guitarist about "Stereoscopy: The Dawn of 3-D."
"House" star Kal Penn, 44, has revealed his 11-year relationship with partner, Josh, in his new book, "You Can't Be Serious."
Trump called Keith Kellogg's book an "indisputable" narrative about his time in office, and he encouraged everyone to go out and buy it.
"I believe if he is elected again, it will be a really scary time," said the former White House press secretary about Donald Trump.
"Trump is now turning to ridicule, perhaps thinking a shot at my ego will persuade me to do something that I knew wasn't right," he wrote in his new book.
Grisham said the couple saw themselves as a "shadow president and first lady" during Trump's presidency.
Jennifer Grey spoke to Newsweek about backing Flu Shot Fridays and her new book "Out Of The Corner" due for release next year.
The subpoena was issued to the Joint Commission of Public Ethics, which approved Cuomo's book on the pandemic without a full vote from the 14 commissioners.
"I believe we can find a better way forward an elect a new kind of Republican president in 2024," Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan wrote.
"Lady Chatterley's Lover" is set to be your next period drama obsession on Netflix. You will not want to miss it.
Jack O'Connell spoke to Newsweek about filming in the furthest point north any show has ever been, and revealed why Colin Farrell was "intimidating" on set.
"Blonde," a fictional retelling of Marilyn Monroe's life based on a novel by Joyce Carol Oates, was originally set to be released in 2021.
Jojo Moyes' romance novel "The Last Letter From Your Lover" has been adapted for the screen by Augustine Frizzell.
The book, a religious text titled "The Faith and Practice of a Church of England-Man," outlived its own library.
The claim is one of a number of allegations to appear in Michael Bender's new book, "Frankly, We Did Win This Election."
"The Better Business Bureau, the crooked Better Business Bureau, which took me from an A+ to an F. Still an F is fantastic, people," Lindell said Friday.
The illustrated children's book captures "shared and enduring moments between a diverse group of father and sons."
The infectious disease specialist will share his philosophy of life, something his critics aren't happy about.
Dav Pilkey's 2010 graphic novel "The Adventures of Ook and Gluk: Kung-Fu Cavemen from the Future" will no longer be published and all copies in circulation are set to be returned.
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The Missouri senator has faced a sustained backlash following the events of January 6, with calls for him to resign and be censured.
The senator had bemoaned "cancel culture" after facing a backlash following the violence of January 6.
"I will fight this cancel culture with everything I have," Senator Josh Hawley tweeted Thursday in response to the news of the cancellation of his book. "We'll see you in court."