An interview with Yuval Levin, author of 'The Great Debate: Edmund Burke, Thomas Paine, and the Birth of Right and Left'.
A completely new kind of campaign book.
The author of "Days of Fire" reflects on the Bush administration.
Romney was likable, the economy favored Obama, neither side had a big air war advantage, and more hard facts about the 2012 election.
The beloved children's book seriously was greatly influenced by Laura Ingalls Wilder's daughter, who really hated the New Deal.
E-book sales are rising only slowly now. Here's what that has to do with the future of the written word.
The author of "This Town" dishes on this town.
A judge has ruled against Apple in an antitrust case over e-book price fixing.
A federal judge has ruled that Apple violated antitrust law by helping publishers raise e-book prices. This chart shows how they did it.
Former Bush adviser Glenn Hubbard on what it will take to keep the United States from going the way of the Romans.
I should begin by saying Neil doesn't know I'm writing this post. So shh, don't tell him. He might be embarrassed.
When all is said and done, in the world of books, Goodreads is just about as influential as Facebook.
“More female leadership will lead to fairer treatment for all women," writes Sheryl Sandberg in her controversial new book. But is it true?
David Leonhardt is the Washington Bureau Chief for the New York Times and the author of the new Kindle single 'Here's the Deal'. We spoke on Monday.
David Leonhardt's "Here's the Deal" is one of the calmest, clearest looks you'll find at the deficit -- both what it is and how to fix it. Here are 10 of the passages I highlighted in the book.
Do whatever it takes to get "What It Takes" to #1 on Amazon.
Americans believed we were better off if men like Lincoln -- men born to illiterate parents in log cabins -- had the ability to lead the nation. And we were right. But if class is less binding today than it was in Lincoln's time, circumstance is more binding than it was in even our parents' time.
The problem isn't the weather forecast. It's the economics of telling you about the weather forecast.
The fine folks at Amazon have constructed a "heat map" showing the kinds of political books that people are buying across the country. Conservative authors are selling more books. That's true in Mississippi, but it's also true in Connecticut.
Gary Gorton's "The Panic of 2007" is perhaps the best single place to go to understand how problems in the subprime housing market almost toppled the global financial system. So I was excited to receive an early copy of his next book, "Misunderstanding Financial Crises: Why We Don't See Them Coming."