New Book Focuses On The 'Humanity Of Syria' Lost In The War

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'The Hate U Give' Explores Racism And Police Violence

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Author Lionel Shriver On Cultural Appropriation And The 'Sensitivity Police'

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'Harmless Like You' Is A Story Of How Hurts Are Inherited

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'The Poky Little Puppy' And His Fellow Little Golden Books Are Turning 75

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From happy Neolithic-era accident to inspiration for student protests to tabletop staple, butter has had quite the ride over the past 10,000 years. A new book tells the story. Lew Rovertson/Getty Images/StockFood hide caption

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'My Favorite Thing Is Monsters' Is A Dazzling, Graphic Novel Tour-De-Force

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An illustration from 1875 depicts the survivors of the frigate Cospatrick, which caught fire off South Africa's Cape of Good Hope in November 1874. Of more than 470 people on board, just three ultimately survived, and they were reduced to cannibalism. Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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Are Cyborgs In Our Future? 'Homo Deus' Author Thinks So

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