A wide-ranging history of trans rights in the U.S. and U.K. spotlights a judge’s remarkable 1968 decision that might have voided years of bigotry.
Lewis Beale is a former enterntainment writer for the New York Daily News
We talked to author and Italian food scholar Massimo Montanari about his new book, “A Short History of Spaghetti with Tomato Sauce,” and the real history of this staple.
There were the usual trauma tourists and an opportunistic visit from Trump, but response from the Jewish community and the surrounding city was overwhelmingly heartfelt.
Alaa Al Aswany is a globally bestselling novelist whose fierce critiques of his native Egypt have driven him into exile.
In a new memoir and in an interview with The Daily Beast, Trejo talks about the difference between violence in real life and violence on the screen. He knows a lot about both.
After eccentric Santa Fe art dealer Forrest Fenn buried a trove of loot purportedly worth $1 million and wrote a book full of clues, the obsessives were unleashed.
Convincing people that more guns mean more freedom is just one of several ways the right wing cons Americans with dubious alternate realities.
A new book profiles the .01 percent, and the closer you look, and the wealthier they are, the uglier it gets.
“We are never short of reasons to kill people,” the acclaimed author says, “and books do not satisfy our appetite for killing.”
In the two years Theo Padnos was held prisoner by al Qaeda, he learned a lot about the mass craziness of the mob.