In Much of Iraq, ISIS Still Rules the Night
Hunting the New El Chapo
To be a Marine in Mexico is to be marked for death as a member of the most incorruptible, resolute and courageous force opposing the cartels.
George Clooney: Meghan Markle ‘Vilified’ Like Princess Diana
‘We’ve seen how that ends,’ the star warned the press.
THE ANTISOCIAL NETWORK
Is Russia Prepping for War by Cracking Down on Social Media?
Putin may want to build his own version of the Great Firewall of China. But it's a little late for that.
FOLLOW THE MONEY
Did U.S. Payoffs to Iraqi Officials Open the Door for ISIS?
An investigation by the independent Government Accountability Project exposes accusations that a hidden network of corruption cost U.S. taxpayers billions.
A BRIDGE TOO FAR
Venezuelans Want Aid, Not Troops, From Trump
Venezuelans crossing into Colombia are furious that Maduro is blocking U.S. humanitarian aid—and fearful about possible U.S. military intervention.
THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS
Christians Take on the Temple Mount
Cry for Zion, an Israel-based organization started in 2014, is recruiting Christians worldwide as it campaigns for complete Israeli control where the Al-Aqsa mosque now stands.
The Week in 7 Insane Photos: February 8, 2019
From the fierceness of New York Fashion week to Nancy Pelosi's viral State of the Union clap, The Daily Beast brings you the best photos of the week.