The American experience is diverse. It's filled with characters and a multitude of stories just waiting to be heard, or read. As Americans kick off celebrations for Independence Day, PBS NewsHour staff have shared their favorite books about the United…
By Molly Finnegan
Author Walter Mosley recently joined Jeffrey Brown for a conversation on the PBS NewsHour about his latest novel, "Little Green." Now you can read a passage from that new book…
By Molly Finnegan
Author Walter Mosley has written more than 40 books. His new mystery novel, "Little Green," revives one of the best-known, longest-running characters in American literature. Ezekiel "Easy" Rawlins, Mosley's fictional private eye, was last seen driving off a cliff.
By Ellen Rolfes
In a web exclusive interview, Emily Anthes, author of the book, "Frankenstein's Cat," talks to Ray Suarez about the ethical limits when using animals in biotech research and development.
Knowing what we know now, says author Rick Atkinson, it might be easy to judge the actions taken during World War II, such as the deplorable treatment of black soldiers and the firebombing of inhabited cities.
By Christina Bellantoni
// PBS NewsHour political editor Christina Bellantoni talks with Gabriel Schoenfeld about his new e-book, "A Bad Day on the Romney Campaign." Gabriel Schoenfeld says when he sat down to outline flaws that cost former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney…
By Larisa Epatko
The United States' largest threat no longer comes from the outside -- the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany of yore -- but from within, says foreign policy analyst and author Richard Haass.
As the United States eases back from involvement in the Middle East, China's influence and economic dependence there grows, author Vali Nasr recently told PBS NewsHour senior correspondent Margaret Warner in a web exclusive interview.
Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal has published, "The Roberts Court," out May 7. "The book presented another chance to dig into a subject and, of course, it was a subject that I love and an institution that I…
By Tom LeGro
If you grew up with pets or have one now, you understand the unconditional love humans can feel for their animals, and animals for their owners. If you haven't experienced this type of bond firsthand, you've most likely witnessed the…
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