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From Most Wanted to Murdered Cop’s Cuffs

9 hours agoNews : The Daily Beast

Eric Frein eluded Pennsylvania police for seven weeks after he allegedly killed a state trooper with a sniper shot. Last night, his run ended—in the back of that trooper’s squad car.

Pro-Life Group Sends Over The Top Mailer

9 hours agoNews : The Daily Beast

A pro-life group sent a "public health alert" to Iowa voters that turned out just to be an attack on the Democratic candidate for Senate.

Scorsese's Scariest Movies Of All Time

19 hours agoNews : The Daily Beast

Just in time for Halloween and exclusively for The Daily Beast, Martin Scorsese shares his favorite horror movies of all time. Plus, watch clips of the scariest scenes.

Russia Rehearsing Nuke Attacks?

20 hours agoNews : The Daily Beast

Nuclear-capable Russian bombers are flying over the North Sea and the Atlantic. And U.S. Air Force officers are very concerned at what could be a rehearsal of a deadly mission.

The GOP's Great Gay Hope Hits Trouble

Richard Tisei looked like he’d be the first openly gay non-incumbent Republican elected to win a Congressional seat. Then he got a real opponent.

Tim Cook: Why ‘I’m Gay’ Isn’t Enough

Plaudits have been showered on Apple’s CEO after he publicly came out. But commentators are gliding over the bracing corollary in his declaration: the gay and powerful should use their power to effect change.

UK Admits Anti-Drug Laws Are Useless

The government commissioned a massive study on the impact of international anti-drug laws—but its conclusions have the Conservatives spooked.

Let's Free Stacey Addison

She hasn’t even been questioned, and a Nobel laureate is trying to help, but this Oregon woman is being sucked deeper and deeper into the Timor-Leste’s prisons.

Yes, ‘Aspergery’ Is A Slur

In a spate of comments about Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu, the White House unleashed a horrible epithet that reflected America’s pervasive ignorance about Asperger’s syndrome.

For GOP, the Door to Youth Vote Is Open

A new survey finds Millennials disillusioned by Obama and the Democrats. It’s a GOP opportunity, if the party is smart enough to take it.

Wes Craven's Favorite Scary Movies

From Psycho to Frankenstein, watch scenes from the director's 10 favorite creepy classics.

What’s It Like for Men to Walk in NYC?

Parody of street harassment viral video shows “street privilege.”

Lizzie Borden’s Ax-Murdering B&B

Lizzie Borden was never convicted of murdering her father and stepmother with an ax. But a stay at the crime scene-turned-hotel may convince you of her guilt.

Obama’s Syrian House of Cards

The idea that U.S.-backed Syrian rebels defeat ISIS and force Assad to the negotiating table has absolutely nothing to do with what’s happening on the ground.

50K Missing Voters? Nothing to See Here

With races for Georgia governor and U.S. Senate neck-and-neck, every vote counts—and civil rights groups want to know where thousands of new voter registration applications have gone.

How Earhart’s ‘Fingerprint’ Was Found

Two decades years after finding a piece of metal on a remote Pacific atoll, Ric Gillespie says he has proof it was used to patch the aviator’s plane—and it fits ‘like a fingerprint.’

When West Point Football Turned Fatal

On this day 105 years ago, a West Point player died in a game with Harvard. Similarities between that tragedy and injuries today prove that not much has changed in a century.

The Photo That Shows How Far We've Come

Don’t believe the naysayers: Our country is doing better than ever, and this People magazine cover proves it.

What Should Katie Holmes Do Next?

The actress doesn’t want to be remembered for her split with Tom Cruise. Or her role as a lovesick teen on ‘Dawson’s Creek.’ Now comes the hard part: casting off both ghostly burdens.

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