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A new book takes a look at the science of selflessness.
Activists hope books, films and images will change public perception of immigrants.
American authors are more likely to use “emotional” language than British authors, study finds.
Two new books shed light on the Fox News founder.
A buyout plan at the bookseller could spell doom for the popular e-reader.
She passed on being the CEO of LinkedIn, and the Google founders still owe her some babysitting hours.
NEW YORK (AP) — Rachael Ray is multitasking.
Ten years after its creation, governments are turning to the Creative Commons license to reform their education programs.
Helms was the only director of central intelligence ever convicted of lying to Congress.