Debunking Conspiracy Theories In 'Voodoo Histories'

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J.D. Salinger, pictured in one of the few existing photographs of the author. The 1951 portrait was featured on the original dust jacket of The Catcher in the Rye. The Lotte Jacobi Collection/University of New Hampshire hide caption

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Wi-Fi-enabled versions of the iPad will be available in March. Five of the six major American publishing companies have agreed to deals that will provide Apple's new iBooks store with content. Courtesy of Apple hide caption

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Publishers Embrace iPad As Rival To Kindle

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Shankar Vedantam is a science writer for The Washington Post and a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University. Gary Knight hide caption

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How 'The Hidden Brain' Does The Thinking For Us

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The 'Thousand-Day Queen': Anne Boleyn was Henry VIII's lover for more than half a decade, but once married and crowned, she was his queen and consort for only three years. hide caption

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Alison Weir, Arguing The Case For Anne Boleyn

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'36 Arguments' Poses Questions Of Faith, In Fiction

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'Hell To Pay' Sheds New Light On A-Bomb Decision

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Patti Smith Remembers Life With Mapplethorpe

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John Heilemann (left) is a writer for New York magazine. Mark Halperin is editor-at-large and senior political analyst for Time magazine. hide caption

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'Game Change' Authors Say No Need To Name Sources

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A Gritty Homage To Motley Crue In 'The Dirt'

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'Eat, Pray, Love' Author Journeys To Commitment

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