The ordeal of Yehia Ghanem, who was convicted in Egypt's notorious NGO trial.
An industry in upheaval steadies itself.
Translating word-of-mouth book sales to the digital world
Recent news that the Department of Justice pulled AP phone records makes a new book by former New York Times general counsel James C. Goodale all the more relevant.
If you do misplace your smartphone, stay calm.
A former colleague reflects on working alongside the cartoonist Herb Block, as well as some of the surprising aspects of Block's private life revealed in the new documentary Herblock.
Bookstores are in crisis. Books aren't.
These documentaries look to incite action with more than their stories.
We somehow have come to believe that information is free, but people with Internet access pay substantial sums to get it -- sums many can't afford.
Why this outsider's insider account of the bailout is the best book about the financial crisis yet
The charming and intelligent justice has a great story -- one that's been topping bestseller lists for the past month.
America's last major book store chain is shuttering locations as it tries to evolve for a digital future. Is this simply a tough transition, or the beginning of the end?
The now-56-year-old kids from Michael Apted's documentary series were the first the reality-TV subjects—and they remain some of the most compelling.
As it emerges from a hellish bankruptcy, the next phase for the storied news publisher is bound to be better than the last.
The Dish's decision to break away from legacy media fulfills a long-time dream of prominent writers to control their means of distribution
Against all odds, the Gray Lady is still a leader in innovative journalism
They seem to be discovering the keys to survival in an online world.
Expect him to devise an around-the-clock equivalent of the Today show, with substantial segments of soft "news you can use" and entertainment blended with the news of the day
A history within a history of those who were resourceful -- and lucky -- enough to escape.
Mobile reading may revive entire genres of literature, such as mid-length novels and poems, which have fallen out of favor.