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Miley Cyrus’s is no trendsetter. She’s a trend appropriator, and her VMA acceptance is an encouraging sign of just how hip celebrity activism has really become.
Charming mini-actors fill some of your favorite roles
Obamacare is still ‘red meat’ for GOP candidates, but they’re changing their messaging.
The nation’s health law opens the door for transgender people to gain coverage for gender reassignment surgeries they previously could not afford.
Now Uncle Gary hits back in defense of his sister
Drones have been used to photograph everything from football games to fireworks displays. Now, scientists hope that robots can revolutionize the study of animal migrations.
From ‘Dirty Dancing’ to plain dirty: Sullivan County—100 miles from New York City—once had over 500 resorts. Today, all that remains of these Jewish holiday centers is a constellation of derelict buildings.
As megacities (urban areas with more than 10 million people) mushroom across the globe, we need to start thinking about how to make cities better, not simply bigger.
Veteran James Pitre takes the measure of modern warfare both up close and from a reserved distance in his debut novel, ‘Fives and Twenty-Fives.’
And that doesn’t include fancy vacations or even college. What should the government be doing? Maybe Hillary Clinton will say.
More than 45 years ago, America learned a lesson about police and minority relations after race riots engulfed American cities. Today, it has forgotten this lesson; it needs to learn it again.
A skinny white kid from Pittsburgh has created one of the defining histories of hip-hop in the form of a graphic novel that brings together rappers and comic nerds.
Four men in their mid-thirties, a few more lines on their foreheads and circles under their eyes, return to make music. Where did Ashley Parker Angel go?
Supporters of a museum dedicated to the estimated 100 million victims of communism worldwide hope to break ground on the National Mall on the 100th anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution. Why are there so few Democrats and liberals among them?
At least one observer wonders whether $30-plus in payments helped kill Robin Williams. Is alimony hopelessly antiquated and un-feminist?
The phone hacking scandal wasn’t the work of rogues: it was the inevitable apex of Murdoch journalism—and only a real journalist was able to reveal it all.
While the rest of the country took to the streets to celebrate Kiev’s 23 years of independence from Moscow, rebels in the east dragged out prisoners of war for a ‘parade of shame.’
The Free Syrian Army is not impressed with President Obama’s new threat to attack ISIS inside Syria. That’s like ‘tickling’ the terror group, the FSA says—and is too little, too late.
Along with Valkyries, Walter Sobchaks, and many guys in bathrobes, The Daily Beast goes inside Lebowski Fest and recalls the mysteries within the Coen Brothers’ cult classic.
The conventional wisdom has it that this cycle is a GOP wave election. But beneath the surface, Democrats are doing OK—and Tea Party governors may pay the price for failing to moderate.