9/8/2009 8:54 AM ET
Week in Review and Book Review editor Sam Tanenhaus sees liberals like Barack Obama as "consensus" oriented, "explicitly nonideological" centrists and Republicans as "ideologically committed" ...
7/27/2009 2:42 PM ET
Does biologist Bill Streever, author of "Cold," a survey of the coldest places on earth, fear global warming? One critic says heck yes, the other says of course not.
7/24/2009 3:00 PM ET
Apocalypse pretty soon thanks to global warming, predicts book critic Dwight Garner: "The end of our species seems far more likely to arrive by fire than by ice."
6/24/2009 4:17 PM ET
Health columnist Tara Parker-Pope celebrates former FDA head David Kessler's book blaming the food industry for making us fat: "But food scientists work hard to reach the precise point at which we ...
6/10/2009 1:20 PM ET
Book editor Barry Gewen lavishes the highest praise on an ambitious new book: "The patriotism on display in 'The American Future' is hardly the narrow and cramped sentiment that in recent years ...
5/27/2009 9:28 AM ET
The paper's public editor doesn't find it worrisome that economics reporter Edmund Andrews left his wife's two bankruptcies out of his book on his own personal mortgage crisis, and dismisses ...
5/11/2009 4:31 PM ET
Professor Juan Cole calls Israel "racist" and "fascist" on his blog. He now has a book out, and the Times' David Sanger thinks Bush should have "mulled over such material."
1/19/2009 4:18 PM ET
Book critic Michiko Kakutani writes that "Mr. Obama's love of fiction and poetry...has not only given him a heightened awareness of language. It has also imbued him with a tragic sense of history ...
12/8/2008 1:56 PM ET
Timothy Egan: "Joe, a k a Samuel J. Wurzelbacher, was no good as a citizen, having failed to pay his full share of taxes, no good as a plumber, not being fully credentialed, and not even any good ...
12/4/2008 3:26 PM ET
The Times' list of 52 nonfiction books includes six from Times writers and no less than six from other liberal journalists, but zero from avowed conservatives.