Readers Flock To Bookstores For 'To Kill A Mockingbird’ Author Harper Lee's Second NovelThe new book is generating some controversy for its portrayal of lawyer Atticus Finch as a segregationist with ties to the Ku Klux Klan.
Lease Extension Keeps Barnes & Noble Open In The BronxThe Barnes & Noble in the Bay Plaza Shopping Center in Co-op City was set to close its doors in January because of a lease problem.
Former FIT Student, Designer Sues Barnes & Noble Over Backpack ProfitsDiana Rubio designed the “everything backpack” in 2010 while at Manhattan's Fashion Institute of Technology.
Hillary Clinton Kicks Off Book Signing Tour At Barnes & Noble In Union SquareThe potential 2016 presidential candidate's new memoir, "Hard Choices," hit bookshelves Tuesday.
Brooklyn Eighth-Grader Becomes A Published Author -- TwiceAn amazing young author just had her second book published – and she is still in middle school.
Barnes & Noble Closes Textbook Store, Onetime Flagship In Flatiron DistrictThe Barnes & Noble college bookstore at 105 Fifth Ave. in the Flatiron District closed its doors this week.
Report: Firefighter Charged With Selling Oxycodone On Staten IslandAn off-duty New York City firefighter was arrested this weekend, reportedly on charges that he was selling oxycodone.
Barnes & Noble: Bugs Planted In Credit Card Readers At 63 Stores NationwideThe company disconnected all of the devices at its 700 stores after detecting the tampering on Sept. 14.
5 Must-Read Books By New York AuthorsEvery New Yorker should read these books that capture the soul of New York City.
Mayor Bloomberg Cuts Ribbon On New Uptown Century 21 StoreThe Upper West Side store brings with it 376 new jobs and Century 21 is also expanding its original Lower Manhattan site, adding another 300 jobs there.
Last Borders Shoppers Wistful, Looking For DealsBorders, an Ann Arbor, Mich.-based chain that pioneered the big-box bookselling concept and grew to 1,249 stores at its peak in 2003, will cease to exist by the end of the day on Sunday. It's a victim of a shift in the industry brought on by customers who'd much rather read their favorite titles on an electronic book or tablet computer than turn the page on a paperback.
CBS News Correspondent Jim Axelrod Has New BookIt's less about his travels around the world as a busy newsman and more about his personal challenge to get himself into shape.