Rayla Campbell, who is running for Secretary of State in Massachusetts, was said to have been "detained" for possession of LGBT-friendly children's book.
The journalists call Trump the country's "first seditious president" in a new foreward to their 1974 book "All the President's Men."
"In my 26-year-old head, the idea of not being considered attractive enough to have sex with, became the headline."
A video that went viral on Twitter shows a mother complaining to her school district leaders about her daughter being given a "pornographic" reading assignment.
Margaret Atwood noted Friday in an op-ed that the U.S. would establish a "state religion" if Roe v. Wade is overturned by the Supreme Court.
The state's department of education did not include a list of the rejected books or provide examples of how they held references to critical race theory.
Whatever books may arrive on shelves within our children's reach, I hope they continue to point us all toward a true north.
The Matinicus Island Library has adopted a range of historically banned books including classics such as Catch-22 and To Kill a Mockingbird.
"I think of [the ban of his book 'Maus'] as a harbinger of things to come," the author and illustrator said.
"There was no book that I read that brought me to who I am," state Senator Shevirn Jones, the first openly gay Black person elected to the legislature, said.
Nearly half of college graduates read more than 10 books in a year between 2002 and 2016, but last year just 35 percent read that amount.
Filippo Bernardini faces federal criminal charges, including wire fraud, which carries a penalty of up to 20 years in prison, and aggravated identity theft.
The woman said she bought her colleague the controversial gifts to help "broaden her horizons."
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"It is more common rebound in leather, so a copy like this, particularly in fine condition, is highly desirable to collectors," said book specialist Heather Weintraub.
The book, written in 1954 by Darrell Huff, was last borrowed from the Newcastle upon Tyne City Library on November 25, 1958.
In Dick Cody Heese's takes on literature classics, Mr. Darcy is a vape god, Nick has scoliosis and Frankenstein's monster has a gluten allergy.
"You're on a first date with someone, and they tell you their favorite book. You immediately leave. What is it?" Twitter has answers.
After a famed French political scientist was accused of sexually abusing his stepson, survivors of incest came forward with their experiences using the hashtag #MeTooInceste.
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Michael Riedel's engaging new book "Singular Sensation," brings backstage drama front and center stage with news, gossip and bold-faced names.
One of the top graduate English programs in the country is accepting Black Studies scholars for the 2020-2021 admissions period.
The Library's top ten list, whether you've read the book hundreds of times or just once for an English class, will have you scrambling for your library card.