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Milo Yiannopoulos sues book publisher for $10M

Outspoken former Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos has filed a $10 million lawsuit against publishing house Simon & Schuster after it canceled his book deal. Yiannopoulos announced the lawsuit Friday in

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The Working Class Republican… A Book Review

For those who know me well, there are two presidents that I loved more than all the others. The first is Calvin Coolidge. The second is Ronald Reagan who idolized Coolidge. A new book has come out that I highly recomme

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The Summer's Best Mystery Novels

“Except for the time I was digging my own grave at gunpoint on the edge of Biscayne National Park, I hadn’t much experience with a shovel.” So begins Shiver Hitch, the third Jane Bunker Myster

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Cosby trial: Judge denies request for a mistrial - Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial explained

The judge at Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial is bristling at repeated defense requests for a mistrial as the jury asks to rehear yet more testimony on its fifth day of deliberations. Judge Steven O'Neill sai

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Rachel Dolezal Disinvited From Book Festival After Public Backlash

  Rachel Dolezal disinvited from Baltimore Book Festival after public backlash   Days after defending its decision to have Dolezal, the white woman who led others to believe she was black, take

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Jean Fritz, author of ground-breaking historical biographies for children, dies aged 101

Jean Fritz, an award-winning writer whose work helped transform historical biographies for children from leaden recitals of battles and dates into warm, human narratives full of quirks and crotchets and satisfyingly stra