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Unlike well-behaved visitors to our fair island, Taylor Swift seems intent on staying over interminably—complaining about ex-boyfriends and trying to explain what a bodega is.
Were Israeli soldiers so haunted by what they saw and did in the last Gaza War that they took their own lives? What role did their zealous commander play?
A Moscow aquarium admitted to hiding the presence of two orcas for months and animal-rights activists say the creatures have been kept in rusty cages and abused.
A new twist in the cynical media operations of so-called Caliphate has a hostage “reporting” from the embattled town on Syria’s border.
Is Cary Agos headed for a breakdown? ‘The Good Wife’ star Matt Czuchry on his juicy story arc, what’s next for Cary, and all those rumors about Kalinda leaving the show.
The New Jersey governor insists his quarantine policy is still intact even as the first person isolated at Newark airport flies home and threatens a lawsuit.
Louisiana’s Edwin Edwards—yes, he’s back, running for Congress!—speaks an inconvenient truth that sums up the Democratic problem.
Best “Reading Rainbow” ever
Abu Omar al-Shishani has a fierce, gorgeous Chechen bride. He learned intelligence operations from the U.S. And his older brother may be the real genius of ISIS.
Party company FinnaRage, which encourages young partiers to go wild and then films it all, promoted its Keene State events relentlessly. But it says the ensuing riots aren’t its fault.
For decades, the Pentagon has been toying with the idea of upgrading the B-52 bomber, first built in the mid-1950s. Will they finally get around to it, this time?
Diane von Furstenberg, creator of the legendary wrap dress, reveals a dramatic career in fashion—and why she signed up to do a reality TV show.
How to prevent the president from deceiving Congress the American people, regardless of who controls the White House.
Memories of the dictator Pinochet’s murderous barbarism linger still in Chile, but the poems of Pinochet’s enemy Pablo Neruda lives like it was written yesterday.
Despite a snippy debate Sunday, the senator’s run a staid campaign—and hasn’t distanced himself from Obama. The pundits may be bored, but he’s winning a state the GOP hoped to pick up.
The entire cast and crew of the FX spy-comedy series sits down to discuss the Vice deviation and upcoming sixth season, which will air in January.
With expert craftsman still making most pieces by hand and endless bespoke options, Bentley is one of the premier rides in the world. The Daily Beast takes a look inside the factory.
Regent Wallace Hall uncovered a nepotism scandal at UT-Austin—and now the state legislature wants to bring him before a grand jury. Inside the twisted university scandal.
Frank Gehry is enjoying a major moment: his retrospective is in full swing in Paris and his latest creation opens today. Is he at the height of his talent or just a little bit crazy?
A new study reveals that hiring people with intellectual and developmental disabilities doesn’t just improve culture—it improves the bottom line.