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To criticize the mayor for telling his black son what every other father of a black youth must say is divisive and fails to see what’s wrong in America.
President Obama defends his decision to normalize ties with Cuba and defends his diplomatic record.
When Christians and Hindus are accused of insulting Islam in Pakistan, the punishment is harsh. When a popular Sunni televangelist does it, to forgive is divine.
When it’s not the holiday posterplant, mistletoe spends its days sucking the life out of trees worldwide.
An apocryphal gospel paints Jesus as, well, a bit of handful. But, Saviors will be saviors.
America’s simplistic adoption of the COEXIST bumper sticker signals a dangerous inability to understand the roots of religious conflict.
Democrats are pushing race and environmental issues when they should be embracing the lunch-bucket themes that once built party dominance. Meanwhile, voters flee.
The first Jesuit pope has endeared himself to people not so much through his religion but through his humane politics, which were forged in repressive Argentina.
To aid their effort in WWII, the Japanese government built a railroad between Thailand and Burma, enlisting POWs and Asian laborers in a horrifying and deadly race to the finish.
Marissa Mayer’s great failure, troll hunting and how outrage became the default state online. The Daily Beast picks the best journalism from around the web this week.
Two top pollsters—one Republican, one Democrat—offer a preview of what we’ll all be talking about in the next election.
He preached against homosexuality on Sundays—and forced himself on young men during the week.
On the edge of the desert, among the abandoned houses of Albuquerque, Jason Isaacs is both savior and devil to a man with his back to the wall.
An expert in education talks about race relations, the political environment and what can be done to improve things.
From a Christmas lightshow to the tune of Star Wars to an 'Epic Rap Battle' between movie directors past and present, watch our countdown of this week’s buzziest videos.
Remember a simpler era when the media was more top-down and when crowds of angry Internet people couldn’t make something into a story just because they felt like it?
Sony, this isn't complicated. Really. Just follow Alexander Hamilton's example.
Fans have been clamoring for a sequel to the 2008 action-comedy starring Seth Rogen and James Franco, and hacked emails reveal Sony’s budgetary restrictions have stalled it.
It’s hard to believe people would cheer the murder of two cops, but stubborn crime in the projects makes people think the police don’t care.
The execution of two police officers in cold blood has shocked the city and driven a deeper wedge between the cops and the mayor.