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The acclaimed auteur behind ‘Twin Peaks,’ ‘Eraserhead,’ ‘Mulholland Drive,’ and countless other classics on the David Lynch Foundation, TM, and how cable TV is the new arthouse.
No woman, no matter how powerful, is immune from unprompted body appraisal, it seems—in a new interview, the New York senator says colleagues on Capitol Hill told her things like ‘you need to be beautiful again.’
It was all smiles as ABC’s Diane Sawyer gave up the anchor chair on the World News. But this is only an au revoir: Sawyer made it clear we’d be seeing her again very soon.
Bill O’Reilly’s attempts to use the success of Asian-Americans to shame African-Americans is shameful and historically illiterate.
The guilty plea of an Iowa state senator could implicate campaign staffers linked to Rand Paul through his father Ron Paul.
The Louisiana Gov and likely GOP presidential hopeful does a 180 to please the base.
It's like they never left
Christine Lagarde is under fire from French judged in a scandal dating back to President Sarkozy. She denies any wrongdoing, and plans to soldier on in Washington.
Secretive air raids on Tripoli expose the widening outside interference in the midst of Libya’s chaos
Chris Soules isn’t a bad guy and he looks pretty good in denim overalls. But by choosing this fauxhawked farmer, ‘The Bachelor’ promises to be as exciting as watching soybeans grow.
The U.S. should not be allowing ISIS propaganda and the murder of one American to dictate its foreign policy strategy in the Middle East.
Are you institutionalized when it comes to loving these prison guys? Enjoy these Shawshank Redemption fun facts in celebration of the film’s 20th anniversary.
Want to fight ‘Taxers’ and ‘Mudslingers’ as a patriotic elephant in the new ‘Giopi: 2014 Mission Majority’? Just give the National Republican Senatorial Committee all your details.
Over a thousand of the most successful U.S. high schools participated in The Daily Beast’s quest to find the top public institutions. Here’s how we used the data to compile our list.
Charters educate just five percent of America’s student—yet they dominate this year’s rankings, thanks to one very simple key to success.
Leading U.S. officials now believe that America has to expand the its air war against ISIS into Syria, but nobody knows yet how we can do it…or what will happen next.
Physician assistant Emmanuel Boyah is at Ebola’s frontline in Liberia. If he contracts the disease, there will be no ‘secret serum’ waiting for him. Yet he keeps fighting.
In a juicy new tell-all book, Couric comes across as brash, striving, and self-absorbed, and Sawyer is a Machiavellian, often-inscrutable workaholic.
The acid-fueled, hippie-run bus of ‘Electric Kool-Aid’ fame has emerged from our psychedelic legends and is back on the road, helmed by Kesey’s son Zane and—shockingly—substance free.
The story of hanging is long—there are hangings in Homer and the Bible—and often tragic—if for lynching alone—but rarely less than fascinating.