A man whose murder conviction in the death of his high school girlfriend was the subject of a wildly popular podcast will now have his story memorialized in a book.
A bill that would force schools to notify parents if their children are to be assigned to read books with sexually explicit content is heading to Virginia’s Democratic governor.
A.O. Scott of The New York Times details why critics matter in his new book, “Better Living Through Criticism: How to Think About Art, Pleasure, Beauty and Truth.”
Between 2,400 and 4,000 people have been killed in more than 400 drone strikes since the U.S. began using them in 2004 to target militants considered threats to national security. Retired Air Force Lt. Col. Mark McCurley is one of the pilots that commanded those drones. He’s now opening up about what that’s like and the challenges that come with the job.
A local couple pens a new exorcism novel, not far from where “The Exorcist” was filmed in Georgetown.
The Countess of Carnarvon lives at Highclere castle, the location at/on which \”Downton Abbey\” is filmed and based.
New York Times journalist Allen Salkin got his first taste of Food Network frenzy while covering the South Beach Wine & Food Festival in 2008 — and he was struck by the attention paid to the network\’s top chefs. Salkin\’s new book dives into the world of the Food Network.
Thirty-one years ago, Raghavan Iyer moved from Mumbai to Minneapolis. Recreating the tastes of India in the kitchen is one way Iyer planned to make his home, 8,000-miles away, feel closer. But he quickly realized his biggest limitation in this quest: American grocery stores.
Kids say the darnest things, and 5-year-old Lulu London is no exception. Former CNN journalist Gina London spoke to WTOP Living about her new book, \”Because I\’m Small Now and You Love Me,\” which chronicles her daughter\’s funny sayings.
On what would have been his 72nd birthday, new
insights about John Lennon\’s life have surfaced
in a book.
A study from the Harvard Business School says when it comes to book reviews, readers trust each other as much as they trust the so-called experts.