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.'
'Cider Insider' author Susanna Forbes reveals which hard ciders are best for foodies, wine lovers, the great outdoors, and more.
For more than a half-century, postmodernist architect Ricardo Bofill has brought his surreal visions to life. See some of his most breathtaking creations.
When the education secretary is outside Washington, she is an advocate for reading. Once back inside the Beltway, she ducks into a backroom and champions radical cuts.
The Fox & Friends co-hosts used nearly an entire Sunday morning segment to bash Independent Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, labeling him a "millionaire socialist" just one day before his Fox News Town Hall Monday evening.
The online retailer isn't saying if it has a regulatory structure in place to prohibit medically dangerous information from being sold.
As Miller puts it, Mercury retrograde is all about the "re"—reflecting, reassessing, reanalyzing and recharging.
Schwarzenegger, an author, is also the great-niece of the late President John F. Kennedy.
In a new book, the author tells the story of critically lauded black photographer Ernest Withers, highlighting new evidence about the death of MLK in 1968.
"Death cannot stop true love. All it can do is delay it for a while."