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Anarchists claiming to defend the environment are setting fires on high-speed train lines to stop one of the world’s longest railway tunnels being drilled under the Alps.
No more Jumbotrons, billboards, or flash mobs. Proposals should be for two people, not two million.
Autism and Jail. The Stanford class of 1994. And can AIDS be cured? he Daily Beast picks the best journalism from around the web this week.
He defied the atheism of Communism and the empty religious practices of Putinism. With Father Gleb Yakunin’s death on Christmas, Russia has lost a liberal voice of conscience.
From biblical epics like ‘Noah’ and ‘Exodus’ to Kirk Cameron and sexy Jesus, 2014 witnessed a crop of films unashamedly adulterated with faith-driven narratives and godlyish themes.
How proponents of Keystone XL cynically exploit LGBT people
Between Christmas and New Year, sheer indulgence for a winter Sunday: a sticky, luxurious dessert, with dates, heavy cream, and rum.
The top venues where boozing meets history—from the City Tavern in Philadelphia, where American governance was drawn up, to New York’s Stonewall Inn, which sparked the modern gay rights movement.
This week 50 years ago, Sam Cooke’s ‘A Change is Gonna Come’ was released. An excerpt from Peter Guralnick’s recently rereleased superb biography of the singer examines what inspired him to write the song.
The latest novel from Samantha Harvey is truly superb, but left its reviewer at a loss for how to describe it.
The Chinese are participating in “life release” ceremonies, where wild animals are held for ransom, then released in exchange for good karma.
From Taylor Swift’s pop ode to New York to Run the Jewels’ full-frontal rap assault, these are The Daily Beast’s picks for the best music albums of the year.
Hip-hop isn't only a place to talk about fantasies like being a millionaire and having dope kicks—it's where you can talk about God.
After years in prison, Cuba’s five spies in the U.S. come home to a happy ending.
During a two-wheeled jaunt through England in the footsteps of Shakespeare, I learned how to appreciate my surroundings…and that the bard must have had a toned butt.
As the NYPD buried one of its own, just a few miles away, members of the black community pushed to have one of their own remembered… and called for justice.
They risk their lives and they don’t always come home. The NYPD buries one of its own on a bright winter day.
In Mosul, foreign fighters have left, the city is flooded with refugees and supply routes are cut off. Locals are afraid of what comes next.
This year was less about wild orgies and piles of cocaine, and more about the hard-working, business-minded adult star. (Okay, there were some sexual escapades.)
The Ismael brothers were carpenters, not fighters. But when ISIS attacked, they took up arms and helped stop the jihadists in their tracks.