If watching the same shows and playing the same video games is starting to get old during our coronavirus pandemic isolation, then it may finally be time to pick up that really long book you've been meaning to read.
Book 16 and 17 of the series are both due out in 2020.
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"The Electoral College as it functions today damages our republic...Thanks to the winner-take-all rule used to award electors in 48 states, presidential campaigns focus almost entirely on a small handful of "battlegrounds" to the exclusion of the rest of the country."
"In 2000, 537 votes in Florida weighed more than 537,000 votes in the rest of the country."
"As a bookseller, we provide customers with access to a variety of viewpoints, including titles that serve an important educational role in understanding and preventing anti-Semitism," Amazon told Newsweek Monday.
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The bookstore had teamed up with Penguin Random House to release 12 classic novels, including "Treasure Island" and "Moby Dick," with people of color on the covers.
Speaking at an event at Penn State, Gladwell told an audience that the statue of Paterno, the university's former head football coach, should be restored.
The new book "A Very Stable Genius" also reported that the lawyers were "wary of staking out a position" for fear they would become "roadkill."
Every title in Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski "The Witcher" book series is returning to press, as publisher Orbit Books plans to release half a million new copies.
A rough draft for "The Stormlight Archive" Book 4 is complete, and a release date for Brandon Sanderson fantasy novel has been announced for November, 2020.
A mathematician discusses why math is relevant to everyday life, what he thinks of the anti-vaxxer movement and whether he worries about the transmission of communicable diseases during air travel.
The trilogy was listed by NPD Bookscan as the top three biggest selling books of the 2010s, with nearly 35 million copies sold in the United States.
The unknown writer behind a famous 2018 op-ed also said other administration officials were "considering adding their voices before votes are cast in 2020."
Newsweek analysis found that Trump Jr. referred to 30 separate articles from news outlets that have been dubbed "fake news" or otherwise attacked by himself or his father.
Ten episodes of royal family drama isn't nearly enough.
The anonymous Trump staffer said officials are given "half-teasing, half-true advice" to draft resignations on joining the administration.
"With a platform and a following, I have a responsibility to be aware of what I put out there," the author wrote from her Twitter account.
Local media outlets reported that they were not even allowed to conduct interviews with people on the warehouse's premises.
The Times brought back the rankings for illustrated content on October 2, more than two years after pulling it from publication in February 2017.
Guardian journalist Andrew Gumbel said the room was so loud with chants and booing that he could hear "only half" of what microphones picked up.
The president's eldest son walked out on Trump backers at the University of California campus in Westwood, Los Angeles yesterday, after they shouted "USA!" and "Q&A!"
Political comedians replaced the covers on Donald J.Trump Jr.'s new book, retitling it "Daddy, Please Love Me."
"We were intimate on many levels. And all I can say is that it was very deep, and we were very connected," Robyn Crawford said of her romance with the late singer.
Goodreads reviews are split down the middle between Trump supporters handing out five-star ratings and liberal opponents of the president's eldest son giving his book a one-star ranking.
Originally serialized beginning in 1972, "The Drifting Classroom" portrays the horrors that unfold after an elementary school is transported to an endless wasteland, unleashing factional violence, suicide and monsters upon children doing their best to survive.
The pristine copy of "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" has been kept in a briefcase for 20 years.