Diane Keaton talks to PEOPLE about some of her favorite images featured in her latest coffee table book, Saved
Novelist Anne Tyler Is Still on Top of Her Game at 80: 'I Wouldn't Want to Be Younger for a Million Bucks'
Critics are loving her 24th novel, French Braid, out this month, but Tyler only knows that if you tell her
The Hollywood original on her classic movies, great loves and why a lifetime achievement award isn't a retirement party
Katie Couric on Husband Jay's Death from Cancer: 'I Was Too Scared' to Talk to Him About Dying
"I think it takes extraordinary courage to be able to face death, and I think I was too scared, honestly," Couric tells PEOPLE about her first husband Jay Monahan's death
Katie Couric Suffered from Bulimia in '80s: 'When Karen Carpenter Died, It Shook Me to the Core'
In her new memoir Going There, the former Today anchor talks candidly about the pressure to diet and be thin
Katie Couric: Rumors Ashleigh Banfield Wanted to Replace Me 'Didn't Bring Out My Generous Side'
"The culture at the time … sometimes made me feel protective of my position," Couric tells PEOPLE
Katie Couric reflects on the sexual harassment allegations against her former Today co-host Matt Lauer in this week's issue of PEOPLE
From Barack Obama's candid memoir to Maggie O'Farrell's Shakespearean dream: the clear-eyed nonfiction and transporting novels that helped us through an unprecedented year
Gary Gulman Used Electroconvulsive Therapy to Treat His Depression — and It's Not as Scary as It Sounds
The treatment has improved significantly over the years, explains psychiatrist Dr. Sarah Lisanby