In a Washington Post op-ed, President Trump’s deputy campaign manager David Bossie called Michael Wolff’s new book a “fake book that reads like the National Enquirer on steroids.” NPR’s Michel Martin speaks with Bossie about the book and the campaign.
They’re raincoats fit for a Queen, or for 007. Martha Teichner visits the Barbour factory in Northern England and their “museum” of classic rainwear, to learn the inside story of a British tradition perfect for inclement weather anywhere.
In December, we wrapped up an exciting year of open source community content on Opensource.com. The site brought in 637,090 unique visitors who generated 1,072,932 page views for the month. We published 75 articles and welcomed 16 new authors. More than 61% of our content was contributed by members of …
The siblings in Chloe Benjamin’s new book, The Immortalists, are told the date they will die. The knowledge changes their lives in fundamental ways. NPR’s Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with the author.
Nick Harkaway’s big, ambitious new book is about pretty much everything, from ancient Egypt to a future utopia that actually seems utopian at first, until an inconvenient death disrupts everything. (Image credit: )
The star of the PBS series “A Chef’s Life” says every culture has their version of a soup with seemingly curative properties