Cecile Richards says she "shut down the conversation," which took place in January 2017, because there was no way the proposal being made to her would work.
The former first lady tweeted Sunday that the book, to come out a week after the 2018 midterm elections, is called "Becoming."
A newly translated memoir, "Incest," uses chaotic and explosive prose to show author Christine Angot’s journey through trauma.
In these decades, when we’ve gone from an American version of people’s war and national mobilization to peopleless wars and a demobilized populace, war has remained a constant, but we have not. Given that, I want to offer one small cheer, however belatedly, for my mother the caricaturist.
Since the 1985 publication of “The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat," neurologist Oliver Sacks has been enlightening readers with sharply observed, generously humane medical case studies. In his latest book, "On the Move: A Life," Sacks presents an extended study of the patient he knows best: himself.