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The history of the noxious combination employed by grifters, robbers and unscrupulous bartenders.
The Revolutionary War’s most important strategic decision wasn’t made by an American.
The reprehensible 18th Gov. William Cosby’s clumsy and deceitful attacks on printer John Peter Zenger ironically cemented freedom of the press in the American consciousness.
Unfortunately, it seems Daniele Bregoli—with her blaccent, inexplicable record deal, and rented Rolls-Royce—is here to stay.
The "Zapad 2017" training exercise involves some of the latest Russian-made weaponry. But the war game is equally notable for the weapons that aren't involved.
“Why would you even say that live on national television and with female host?” Baldwin asked her guest.
The U.S. State Department asked that immunity be lifted on a priest over child pornography charges. The Vatican responded by swooping the alleged pervert back to Rome.
Facebook got in hot water after it was found to let people target anti-Semites. Twitter reaches far more people, with some of the worst terms in the English language.
From Philipp Plein's over-the-top rager to hotel bar soirees, The Daily Beast rounds up the best of New York Fashion Week's parties.
Before traveling to New York for the U.N. General Assembly, Ukraine’s president spoke bluntly about Russia. And John Kerry warned of Putin’s “trap.”
From Hurricane Irma to the Rohingya exodus, The Daily Beast brings you the best photos of the week.
“One girl was holding another girl back saying, ‘She’s not worth it. Don’t hit her.’”
The ‘Rose in the Desert’-like FT profile is the latest suck-up with the first daughter that avoids stating the obvious: She’s completely ineffective at the White House.
A former firefighter says he and his secret lover joked about poisoning her sex-crazed husband—but the plot soon turned deadly serious.
It may be more modest when it comes to special effects, but all those charmed by 'Frozen' the movie will still be enchanted by the stage musical.
Can we be talking about Christmas already? Yes, if that involves Emily Ratajkowski's new shoot for the Love magazine advent calendar.
Pictures of a smoldering white bucket and bag on a London Underground train have raised the possibility that an improvised explosive device was detonated.
Jimmy Kimmel also gave Colbert some advice ahead of hosting this Sunday’s Emmy Awards.
‘You want to see a “fireable offense,” look around your administration!’
We chatted with the grilling authority as barbecue season comes to a close.