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3 Generations is a drama about a transgender boy’s search for acceptance within his family. Activists say the R rating given to it is unmerited.
The judge on the Food Network’s acclaimed competition show ‘Chopped’ opens up about her favorite type of salt, the challenges of apartment kitchens, and the appeal of citrus zest.
They blaze up after school drop-offs and create YouTube tutorials to rival Martha Stewart. Meet the weed-loving moms blowing up the internet.
First al-Sisi, and now Erdogan. Plus more. Why does Trump love these men? Maybe he wishes he could get away with doing what they do.
You don’t want war with North Korea. But do you want Kim Jong Un to be sitting on a warhead that can take out Chicago? That’s probably the choice.
As Bill O’Reilly is fired, Carlson reveals why she’s determined to help victims of sexual harassment. ‘I never expected to be the face of this issue. Who would?’
The Scottish actor reveals the tips and tricks and uncomfortable control-top undergarments that go into playing two brothers on the new season of Fargo.
Nearly half of cannabis consumers get high on their lonesome, according to a new study shared exclusively with The Daily Beast.
With Meghan accepted by the Royal Family and beloved by a new, calmer, more settled Harry, the path is clearing for the next royal wedding.
Mt. Etna is rumbling, the pope is riled, and an orange-topped ice cream cup has been whipped up as Sicily gets ready to receive POTUS on a whirlwind visit next month.
The EP ‘Deliverance’ will be released on iTunes April 21st, the one year anniversary of the music legend’s death. His estate, meanwhile, is crying foul. Is this exploitation?
The latest leak by the ‘Shadow Brokers’ hackers exposed classified information that could only have come from within the NSA, setting the stage for a Cold War ritual—the mole hunt.
Trevor Noah can’t believe it took this long for Fox News to dump Bill O’Reilly.
The documentary ‘A Gray State’ examines the story of David Crowley, an Iraq veteran and alt-right filmmaker whose paranoia consumed him.
Showing zero emotion, the guest host of what is now just called ‘The Factor’ said, “We wish him the very best.”
Conservative pundit “Stephen Colbert” also appeared to say goodbye to his “Papa Bear.”
Not all DIY justice leads to a neat and tidy outcome, but there’s reason for hope when even Fox can be forced to do the right thing.
Lillian Hellman’s exquisitely vicious drama about a family consumed by greed is bought to acid life on Broadway by the stars Laura Linney and Cynthia Nixon playing both lead roles in different performances.
Hedging against his lawyer’s insistence that he’s “playing a character,” Alex Jones took the stand to say the InfoWars Alex Jones is the real Alex Jones on Wednesday.
Immigration lawyers are calling bs on the DNC’s complaints over a report that a Dreamer was deported earlier this year.