Corporations have often leveraged progressive reforms to serve the ends of business, says author Adam Winkler. "Perhaps more surprising is that corporations have also been innovators in constitutional law."…
By Jill Lawless, Associated Press
The judging panel ripped up the rulebook and refused to name one winner for the prestigious fiction trophy.
By Jill Lawless, David Keyton, Associated Press
The two winners were a liberal Pole who has irked her country's conservative government and an Austrian accused by many liberals of being an apologist for Serbian war crimes.
By David Keyton, Associated Press
Two Nobel Prizes in literature were announced because the 2018 literature award was postponed following sex abuse allegations that rocked the Swedish Academy.
After being convinced by locals to visit Red Lake County, Washington Post data reporter Christopher Ingraham found that he loved it.
By Elizabeth Flock
Those who write about dance are trying to capture the specificity and physicality through words. A number of books can change our understanding.
By Hillel Italie, Associated Press
Hanif Abdurraqib's best-selling chronicle of A Tribe Called Quest and a memoir by chef Iliana Regan are among the works on the nonfiction longlist for the National Book Awards, as well as Greg Grandin's "The End of the Myth" about…
For everyone old enough to remember September 11th, 2001, their experience of that catastrophic day is seared into memory. But details of what the victims, survivors and emergency responders endured have faded from national consciousness over time. Now, a powerful…
By Jeffrey Brown, Anne Azzi Davenport
“The Testaments" is the greatly anticipated sequel to Margaret Atwood’s hit dystopian novel “The Handmaid’s Tale.” Though it’s fiction, Atwood says she doesn't "put anything in that doesn’t have a precedent in human history.” Jeffrey Brown spoke with Atwood recently…
Margaret Atwood shared some of the other influential dystopian fiction that helped lay the groundwork for “The Handmaid’s Tale," with the author nodding to the work of George Orwell, H.G. Wells, Ursula K. Le Guin, among others.
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