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Despite grassroots outrage at Operation Protective Edge, left-wing members of the House and Senate won’t criticize Israel’s ongoing incursion into Gaza.
The magazine is bringing its hilariously bad sex tips to lesbians now. They’re just as awful as the straight version—and show little to no knowledge about real life lesbian sex.
With a new poll finding 88 percent of Floridians in favor of medical marijuana, wealthy business owners in the state are gearing up for battle ahead of November’s vote on legalization.
The Daily Beast sat down with Tyson, Jim Rash, and writer-executive producer Hugh Davidson to discuss the ‘Scooby Doo’-like show, airing this fall on Adult Swim.
The wailing horns, the ‘Mickey’-like clapping beat, Jessie J’s torching vocals next to Ariana and Nicki: It was like a chorus of angels singing their hallelujahs.
The Rev. Jarrett Maupin is running for office—with help from a few pole-dancing friends.
After stealing 97 rare maps, serial map thief E. Forbes Smiley III was caught in the act. A new book charts his criminal obsession. The only question: is that the true extent of his crime?
Somehow, they convinced the Beltway media that their party’s constant impeachment talk is just a scare story whipped up by Democrats to raise money.
The Wisconsin Republican has a real proposal to conquer poverty, and we shouldn’t dismiss it. But Ryan also needs to learn how to sell his ideas to everyday people.
A Florida law will prevent doctors from advising their patients on gun safety, even though research show physicians counsel on the matter keeps kids safer.
It took him two tries, thwarting his state’s voters’ will, but Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder got his wish—a major city that is dead politically.
Elected unexpectedly after his opponent was caught forging signatures, Michigan Rep. Kerry Bentivolio now faces a better-funded, establishment-backed opponent. But he’s not going down without some fighting words.
The director agreed to pay Michael Egan, who’s accusing him of sexual abuse and assault, $100,000 to settle out of court. Egan refused. Now his lawyer, Jeff Herman, has dropped him.
Supporters of conspiracy peddler Alex Jones are FURIOUS that I dared to note his dismissal of the Apollo 11 mission. Talk about a lunatic fringe.
Pakistan’s blasphemy laws aren’t going anywhere, and innocent people are getting caught in the mix. A grandmother and her young granddaughters are the latest victims, reportedly killed in a mob attack sparked by a Facebook post.
Now that the first picture has been unveiled, get to know the new Wonder Woman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice: an ex-Israeli Defense Forces soldier/Miss Israel.
And Martha Stewart idolizes Blake Lively.
Usually the Obama White House has tensions with the Israeli government. But this week the president’s communications team is going to war with the Israeli press.
It’s sixty years since the publication of J.R.R. Tolkien’s first volume of The Lord of The Rings. Why was he so inspired by the Great War—and a group of schoolfriends?
Once named the most influential rabbi in America, David Saperstein has forged strong bonds with America’s religious groups—who are thrilled to see him nominated as Obama’s ambassador for religious freedom.