06:36 AM EDT 08/28/2014
Originally posted 08/27/2014 04:45PM
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand isn't positive Hillary Clinton will run for president, but the woman who took Clinton's former New York Senate seat would like to think so.
Originally posted 08/22/2014 06:00PM
When Pat O'Brien set out to write the story of his "big life" – his star-studded career in TV, the drinking that destroyed it and the four rehab trips it took to get sober – he wanted to be truthful. Brutally so.
"Most people try to sugar coat what happened and make their books a 'love me more' and 'here's what's next,' " the former CBS Sports, Access Hollywood and Insider broadcaster tells PEOPLE of his new memoir, I'll Be Right Back After This.
"I've had such a big life and I almost died. Recovery has taught me to be honest about it."
Originally posted 08/20/2014 04:00PM
An 86-year-old Utah woman became a first-time novelist by writing a steamy romance novel about a bored housewife.
Originally posted 08/09/2014 11:45AM
Kim Kardashian has already taken over your phone with her addictive app – and now she'll be taking over your coffee table, too.
Originally posted 07/31/2014 06:45PM
Few topics are more intriguing than matters of the heart. Take this week's cover story for instance: a pregnant young wife of a Marine goes missing amid rumors of a military love triangle. When youth, passion and pain collide, it's hard to look away. This week, our staff's fiction choices are about just that – be it doomed romance or lost loved ones, these young protagonists are on an emotional roller coaster.
Share your thoughts on their choices, and let us know what you're reading.
Originally posted 07/10/2014 07:10AM
A Chicago author who was inspired by Ernest Hemingway and co-wrote a book about surviving the running of the bulls underwent surgery Wednesday after he was gored in the thigh by one of the animals during the annual event in Pamplona, Spain.
Originally posted 06/18/2014 04:05PM
Courtney Robertson's new tell-all, most obviously titled I Didn't Come Here to Make Friends, is a lot like what you might imagine a fantasy suite on The Bachelor to be: chock-full of sex and, well, kinda dirty.
Arguably the most vilified Bachelor contestant in franchise history, Robertson defends herself and her failed relationship with Ben Flajnik in the book, and provides enough juicy behind-the-scenes details from her experience on the show to satisfy even devout fans in Bachelor Nation. And anyone curious about what happened after the cameras stopped rolling.
It's risqué, there's more than a little TMI, and you'll never look at Adrian Grenier the same way.
Flajnik's take on the book? "It's sad. A new low, even for Courtney," he tells PEOPLE exclusively. "I don't see why she would choose to have people look at her the way she has portrayed herself. I am in a really great place in life and don't have any interest in reliving the nightmare."
We gamely took on the task of narrowing down the best bits of this shameless page-turner to five of our favorites …
Originally posted 06/13/2014 07:20AM
Eric Hill, whose effort to entertain his young son with a simple drawing of a mischievous dog named Spot blossomed into a popular series of children's books that have sold more than 60 million copies, has died at his home in central California. He was 86.
Originally posted 06/12/2014 05:00PM
Robert Galbraith – unmasked to the world as a pseudonym for Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling – has written a second absorbing whodunit starring detective Cormoran Strike to follow last year's stealth hit, The Cuckoo's Calling.
Originally posted 06/12/2014 10:00AM
After a nearly $50 million opening weekend grossing twice as many used tissues and broken hearts, the box-office success of John Green's book-turned-movie The Fault in Our Stars has left millions with one question: So, what's next?
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