A seemingly straightforward copyright infringement case in New York's Second Circuit Court has the potential to upend the state's education policy.
Through a series of essays, Miller reminds us what it's like to feel a sense of awe when confronted with nature's beauty.
Abby Norman's new book chronicles how her endometriosis diagnosis unfolded alongside the medical disbelief around her chronic, debilitating pain.
Reporters should call out non-apologies—and be wary of re-exploiting victims.
In her new book, Dusenbery provides a comprehensive and much-needed look at how sexism in the medical field is hurting women.
The journalist and novelist discusses her new novel about a Syrian refugee—and the power and reach of the young adult genre.
The historian debunks myths around civil rights history and makes the case for why a more honest history is key to moving forward.
The fiction writer and environmental advocate on what we can do to protect a world we seem bent on destroying.
Numerous authors and librarians allege a pattern of sexually humiliating comments.
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The author of The Art of Vanishing discusses literary mysteries, monogamy, and the future of #MeToo.