Josh Hawley lost Simon & Schuster as his publisher of 'The Tyranny of Big Tech,' but, Regnery, a conservative press, has picked it up.
Is caffeine as good for you as they say? Does pulling an All-Nighter really help in the long run? Is better sleep health possible? Find out in Matthew Walker's book 'Why We Sleep.'
In a year where we couldn't take our eyes off the news, these non-fiction titles offered us some solace and empowerment by educating us on social justice issues, telling stories that inspire us, and showing us the most humane and strange sides of our world. Here are some of the best non-fiction titles that kept us going this the year.
There's nothing wrong with needing a little help, and as tomorrow, October 10th, is World Mental Health Day, we're sharing this list of five encouraging reads to give you a lift during uncertain or unprecedented times.
David Remnick and Henry Finder have gathered an insightful collection of the New Yorker's most integral reporting on climate change, from years past to present and, of course, years to come in The Fragile Earth.