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Bob Dylan’s Silence on Nobel Prize Is Called ‘Impolite and Arrogant’ by Academy Member

Bob Dylan’s Silence on Nobel Prize Is Called ‘Impolite and Arrogant’ by Academy Member

Bob Dylan won the 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature, but at least one member of the Swedish Academy, which awards the prize, may be growing tired of his lack of response.
The Best Sellers: Filed Under Sports

The Best Sellers: Filed Under Sports

“The Perfect Pass,” by S.C. Gwynne is about how two little known college coaches affected football at all levels.
Too Good to Be Ignored: Women Who Reached the Top in Sports

Too Good to Be Ignored: Women Who Reached the Top in Sports

Molly Schiot, whose new book is “Game Changers: The Unsung Heroines of Sports History.”
Too Good to Be Ignored: Women Who Reached the Top in Sports

Too Good to Be Ignored: Women Who Reached the Top in Sports

Molly Schiot, whose new book is “Game Changers: The Unsung Heroines of Sports History.”
A.I. Inspiration: The Science Fiction That Frames Discussion

A.I. Inspiration: The Science Fiction That Frames Discussion

“Ender’s Game,” by Orson Scott Card, is often cited by Robert O. Work, the deputy defense secretary.
A.I. Inspiration: The Science Fiction That Frames Discussion

A.I. Inspiration: The Science Fiction That Frames Discussion

“Ender’s Game,” by Orson Scott Card, is often cited by Robert O. Work, the deputy defense secretary.
A.I. Inspiration: The Science Fiction That Frames Discussion

A.I. Inspiration: The Science Fiction That Frames Discussion

“Ender’s Game,” by Orson Scott Card, is often cited by Robert O. Work, the deputy defense secretary.
A.I. Inspiration: The Science Fiction That Frames Discussion

A.I. Inspiration: The Science Fiction That Frames Discussion

“Ender’s Game,” by Orson Scott Card, is often cited by Robert O. Work, the deputy defense secretary.
Sinosphere: An Exiled Editor Traces the Roots of Democratic Thought in China

Sinosphere: An Exiled Editor Traces the Roots of Democratic Thought in China

Hu Ping, seated, speaking at Peking University in 1980. He rejects the idea that democracy is a foreign concept in China and therefore inappropriate.
François Hollande, His Ratings Poor, Speaks Candidly. The Hole Gets Deeper.

François Hollande, His Ratings Poor, Speaks Candidly. The Hole Gets Deeper.

President François Hollande in Paris on Friday. Two Le Monde journalists have published a book of conversations with Mr. Hollande, recorded over the five years of his term.
Sinosphere: Making Online Literature Pay Big in China

Sinosphere: Making Online Literature Pay Big in China

A scene from Douluo Dalu, an online game based on Zhang Wei’s digital novel of the same name.
Sinosphere: Making Online Literature Pay Big in China

Sinosphere: Making Online Literature Pay Big in China

A scene from Douluo Dalu, an online game based on Zhang Wei’s digital novel of the same name.
Sinosphere: Making Online Literature Pay Big in China

Sinosphere: Making Online Literature Pay Big in China

A scene from Douluo Dalu, an online game based on Zhang Wei’s digital novel of the same name.
Nonfiction: Was Alan Greenspan Motivated by Politics More Than Economics?
Outrage in Bronx as Barnes & Noble Is Set to Close

Outrage in Bronx as Barnes & Noble Is Set to Close

Shauna Rose and her son, Nicholai, 4, visited the children’s section of the Barnes & Noble in the Bronx on Wednesday. She says they go there every day after school and read the picture book “I

Megyn Kelly’s Book Sheds New Light on Fox Inquiry Into Roger Ailes

Ms. Kelly writes about how she may have ensured that the investigation into Mr. Ailes’s behavior was a genuine one that he was not able to impede.