"The history of drag is a long and winding road," Doonan told Newsweek about the history of drag.
Their five-year study found many similarities between the thrill-seeking and sometimes inexplicable-seeming choices of teens and those of adolescent animals developing in the wild.
"I see this cookbook as more of a memoir, something I can't say I ever imagine myself being asked to compose."
On National Read a Book Day, Newsweek looks at ten of the best reads of this year so far, from 'Black Leopard, Red Wolf' to 'Three Women.'
Ursula K. Le Guin was unhappy with previous adaptations of her "Earthsea Cycle." Will a new series from Producer Jennifer Kent be any different?
"The curses and spells used in the books are actual curses and spells," claimed the St. Edward Catholic School pastor.
Democracy is not a higher state to which all nations will evolve as leaders become more enlightened. Rather, it is a delicate and fragile outcome, as unstable as a tightwire walker on a windy day.
The renowned author called the ending of the HBO series "freeing."
"Haruki Murakami's 'Men Without Women' examines what happens to characters without important women in their lives," Obama said. "It'll move you and confuse you."
Some fans are ready to see Timothée Chalamet as Laurie, while others are still incredibly devoted to Christain Bale's 1994 portrayal.
Get re-acquainted with the March sisters ahead of the Christmas premiere of the film adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's beloved novel "Little Women."
Diving into a new book doesn't have to mean a lengthy commitment.
Noticing things that everyone takes for granted—and that could be improved, amplified, repurposed or replaced—is often the first step toward innovation.
Pulitzer winner and American literary legend Toni Morrison died at age 88 on Monday.
It has been over 10 years since the last "Harry Potter" book was published but fans haven't lessened their dedication to the Wizarding World.
"A person may call up and say, 'Hey, I'm looking for my order'. It's like, 'What did you order?' 'Oh, I ordered gummies.' You don't have the right company.'"
Paul Dorr, who burned four LGBT children's books he got from the library, claims his actions were protected by the First Amendment. A judge disagreed.
The Kansas Department of Corrections has banned more than 7,000 books in prisons across the state.
Best-selling author Lauren Kate reveals how a tour of Venice's storied ospedali inspired her new novel, 'The Orphan's Song.'