Publishers are soon rolling out their heavy hitters, and what a lineup it is. From Salman Rushdie's years in hiding to Tom Wolfe's first novel in eight years and Michael Chabon's portrait of Oakland to Zadie Smith's return to London, we pick 15 must-have books.
A scientist who loves playing one on television, the 'Blossom' star is nominated for her first Emmy for her role in 'The Big Bang Theory.' Bialik chats about how the industry has changed, her family life—and the hand injury that's keeping her character away from the harp.
How does Carly Rae Jepsen's ubiquitous "Call Me Maybe" stack up against the biggest hit of a decade ago, Nelly's "Hot in Herre"? Chris Lee's side-by-side comparison lays bare the music industry's seismic changes over 10 years.
Before Clint went off the deep end, all eyes were on Ann Romney and her red dress at the Republican National Convention. Robin Givhan writes that the simple Oscar de la Renta frock was pitch perfect—even if her speech was not.
When you're used to having no rules, doing the right thing doesn't even enter your mind. The porn business is here to stay. What amazes is the ignorance of some of the "sex workers" when it comes to diseases and their transmission.