In a new memoir, she also called him a "misogynist" and wrote that after he was elected, she just tried to "block it all out."
And you can check out the first chapter now.
The Kiera Knightly–led period piece does justice to the French proto-feminist author.
Photos from 'Read And Destroy', the magazine that chronicled British skating at its most underground moment.
His book tour is not going well.
According to David Graeber, we should be excited for robots to take our bullshit jobs.
Anyone with a smartphone is an artist these days. Legendary photographer Albert Watson thinks that's a great thing.
We speak with rock critic David Hepworth, author of 'Uncommon People: The Rise and Fall of The Rock Stars,' about the rise and fall of music's chaotic anti-heroes.
He said he wants to "set the record straight" about what went down during his six-month stint as the White House press secretary.
Author and mortician Caitlin Doughty tells us about her new book, in which she explores funeral rites from across the globe.
We spoke to Wellington author Rhydian Thomas about critiquing New Zealand politics and fetishising cows in his first book.
We spoke to New Zealand’s most polarising investigative journalist about his latest book: the backlash, the denials, and how his family’s history of escaping Nazi Germany changed his perspective on war.