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  • Hillary Clinton signs 1,000 copies of memoir in NY

    SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. (AP) — A book signing by Hillary Rodham Clinton had hundreds of people lining up for hours in downtown Saratoga Springs. The potential 2016 presidential candidate was signing copies of her memoir, "Hard Choices," Tuesday at Northshire Bookstore. There were 1,000 people...

  • Please stop helping us

    While reading the first chapter of Jason Riley's new book, Please Stop Helping Us, I thought about Will Rogers' Prohibition-era observation that "Oklahomans vote dry as long as they can stagger to the polls."

  • NYT won't recognize Dinesh D'Souza's 'America' as nation's No. 1 best-seller

    New York Times refuses to put the nation's top-selling book, "America" by Dinesh D'Souza, in the No. 1 slot of its Sunday list of best-sellers.

  • The top 7 missteps of Hillary Clinton's book tour

    As Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton pushes on promoting her new book, Hard Choices, her list of missteps grows.

  • Clinton, Clinton, Clinton! Read all about Hillary

    It's the summer of Hillary Clinton -- but not exactly on her terms.

  • FEC chair warns of chilling regulations, book ban on conservative publishers

    The chairman of the Federal Election Commission today blasted Democratic colleagues for imposing rules on the publisher of Rep. Paul Ryan's new book that could lead to a book ban.

  • Amazon rolls out 'Netflix-for-books' style service

    NEW YORK (AP) — Amazon is rolling out a new subscription service that will allow unlimited access to thousands of electronic books and audiobooks for $9.99 a month in the online giant's latest effort to attract more users. The largest U.S. e-commerce site said Friday that the Kindle Unlimited...

  • Poll: Democrats repel at Hillary Clinton's wealth

    A substantial majority view Hillary Clinton among the nation's richest, and more Americans than not believe she's out of touch when understanding the plight of the middle class.

  • The playboy presidents: Bill Clinton and Warren G. Harding

    For years I have been comparing the Clinton family to the family of Warren Gamaliel Harding, our 29th president and a president of dark memory, at least to most liberal historians.

  • Obama's presidential library raises $1.75m, has $498.25m to go

    President Obama's fundraising team so far collected just $1.75 million of the minimum $500 million needed to fund construction of his presidential library.

  • Dead Broke: Hillary Clinton's book sales have covered only half of $14m advance

    Even with a generous count of the copies of Hillary Clinton's memoir Hard Choices sold so far, she has only covered about half the $14 million advance she received.

  • N.Y. AG, Barnes & Noble reach breastfeeding agreement

    Schneiderman NEW YORK (Legal Newsline) – New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced an agreement on Wednesday with Barnes & Noble Inc. to protect the rights of nursing mothers seeking to breastfeed at its New York stores. On March 16, a woman was allegedly asked to...

  • Visitors wait 5 hours for Harry Potter ride

    ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — You might need a magic wand to get on the new Harry Potter ride at Universal Orlando Resort. For a second day in a row, visitors waited up to five hours to get on the ride, Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts, located in the new Diagon Alley section of Universal...

  • Pat Buchanan's campaign chronicle of the 1960s

    Shortly before Richard Nixon was going to formally announce that he would be running again for president in 1968, Pat Buchanan and Rose Mary Woods, two of his closest aides, presented him with an idea. "Given the multiple crises confronting the nation -- race conflict, soaring crime,...

  • 'Please Stop Helping Us' a primer on race in America

    Back in the heyday of the British Empire, a man from one of the colonies addressed a London audience. "Please do not do any more good in my country," he said. "We have suffered too much already from all the good that you have done." That is essentially the message of an outstanding new book...



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