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It's not good when voting rights cases make it to the Supreme court, author says

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Democratic Rep. Cori Bush on her memoir and her 'politivist' approach to Congress

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Celeste Ng's powerful new dystopian novel reflects our headlines back to us

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Ricks' book argues the nonviolent Civil Rights movement employed a military strategy

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Adam Silvera speaks onstage at the 2020 Audie Awards Gala at Guastavino's in New York City on March 2, 2020. Sean Zanni/Patrick McMullan/Getty Image hide caption

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'The First to Die At The End' could be the newest Adam Silvera YA blockbuster

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How to make networking events less awkward: Be a croissant, not a bagel

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In 'Thistlefoot,' GennaRose Nethercott explores painful history through folklore

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McKinsey & Company management consulting firm operates in more than 60 countries. Fabrice Coffrini/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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How McKinsey cashed in by consulting for both companies and their regulators

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Celeste Ng on her latest novel 'Our Missing Hearts'

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Jacques Pépin, pictured in his home in Connecticut in August, has a new book called Art of the Chicken. Carlin Stiehl for The Boston Globe via Getty Images hide caption

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America's most famous French chef on the 'Art of the Chicken' and a life well lived

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