Navy SEAL Chris Kyle recounts his life as both a civilian and a distinguished marksman in American Sniper. It appears at No. 12.
A mysterious package compels a reclusive bookstore owner to reconsider his approach to life in Gabrielle Zevin's The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry. It appears at No. 13.
A two-year partnership in the bookseller's troubled e-reader has ended, as Barnes & Noble buys out Microsoft's share. Also: Upset brews in India over the president's exclusive deal with Amazon.
Debuting at No. 15, You Can't Make This Up details sportscaster Al Michaels' life and career.
The latest installment of James Patterson's Alex Cross series has detective Cross contending with a mad genius who has kidnapped his family. Hope to Die debuts at No. 10.
This week, we have two past segments to revisit: a look at our favorite and least favorite holiday pop culture, and a listen to some seasonal music.
Also: New Jersey lawmakers clear Gov. Christie in a political scandal; a typhoon weakens slightly off the Philippines; and automaker Mazda will recall thousands of cars for suspect Takata airbags.
The film, disavowed by its director and writer Paul Schrader after clashes with the studio, stars Nicolas Cage as a CIA officer who believes the agency has lost its moral direction.
The U.S. economy continued chug along at a moderate pace. The number of unemployed Americans, the Bureau of Labor Statistics, remained at around 9 million.
The spacecraft could one day take astronauts to Mars. The original launch date was scrubbed yesterday because of technical issues.
The NBA great, who's 7'1", is the first pro basketball player featured on a U.S. stamp. Kadir Nelson, the artist who created it, tells The New York Times, "We still had trouble fitting him in."
When the City Reporter was full of cheer, readership on its website suffered. So they're back to reporting regular news.
The report, howver, found that two former aides acted with "perceived impunity" when they ordered the shutdown of some lanes of the George Washington Bridge.