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Jessica Chastain and James McAvoy sit down for a conversation about ‘The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them,’ a gripping portrait of the loss of a great love.
A new report from Amnesty International details horrific killings by ISIS against relgious and ethnic minorities in northern Iraq.
The Duchess of Cambridge is one of the most photographed women in the world. Now an artist has transformed her to look like a member of one of TV’s most famous families.
British comedian Ricky Gervais jokes that hacked naked starlets are to blame for taking pictures in the first place and putting them 'on computers'.
Will Mitch McConnell keep his job? Will a Palinesque conspiracy theorist triumph in Iowa? Find out in November, when control of the Senate is decided!
The reclusive—and controversial—filmmaker vowed to never speak publicly after his ‘Nazi’ scandal at Cannes. But he broke it to discuss the uncut version of Nymphomaniac at the Venice Film Festival (kind of).
Her qualifying run—a blistering 8 minutes 59 seconds and 53 hundredths of a second—has been seen by 8 million. Can Kacy Catanzaro be the first woman to win 'American Ninja Warrior'?
Rory Kennedy, acclaimed filmmaker—and daughter of the late Sen. Robert Kennedy—on her latest documentary chronicling the U.S.’s exit from Vietnam, and more.
A CDC scientist says he and his colleagues hid research regarding the MMR vaccine and autism. Hello, anti-vaxxer field day.
The character-building cornerstone of American life has lately come under fire for ills ranging from racism to concussions. Three new books find the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Ten years ago, a population of gorillas in Central Africa was ravaged by the deadly virus. Six years later, life is almost back to normal for them, says a new study. But how?
Police harassment is an everyday reality for millions of Americans, and the video of a Minnesota man’s arrest shows just how ugly it can be.
After 14 years away from education, Garret Keizer returns to find a new generation that doesn’t care about books or even television—and the education bureaucracy wants to assign a number to every human interaction.
Only after the Confederates surrendered Atlanta 150 years ago did Americans know that the Union would be preserved.
Even simple kindness isn’t simple in the Middle East. A Gaza teenager’s cancer is in remission thanks to treatment at a Tel Aviv hospital, but his homeland is dying.
Who meets for dinner at the ungodly hour of 6 p.m.? A Japanese media mogul and his geisha entertainers—so they can hit as many bars as possible before dawn. The Daily Beast joins them.
Faced with the economic reality of independence, many Scots are increasingly nervous about breaking up with the UK.
Americans suffering from mental illness often have trouble finding good treatment they can afford, in large part due to cuts to needed government programs.
With President Obama’s approval rating under water, Republicans should be poised to win big this November. So why are they struggling in the polls?
The recent discovery of a 1,400-victim sex abuse ring in the UK has rocked the country. That it’s the fifth of its kind—lead by Muslim men—leaves no easy answers.