An acclaimed memoir is facing bogus pornography charges in Florida. It’s the latest fad in a nationwide trend of book bans on authors who write about race or gender.
The Pulitzer prize-winning author/illustrator/cartoonist talks about the inhospitable market for satire and his latest collaboration with the author Robert Coover.
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.
Reporter Sara Gay Forden’s book “House of Gucci” is the basis for the new Ridley Scott movie. She talks about the family, working on the film, and those Chef Boyardee accents.
For decades, the Oxford molecular geneticist Adrian Hill freely lambasted his colleagues’ research. Then they started tearing apart the AstraZeneca vaccine he helped create.
Author Mary Roach talks to The Daily Beast about all the mind-bending stuff she learned while writing her book “Fuzz,” about animals out of control.
In the 1940s and ’50s, many cities outlawed pinball. Game owners, manufacturers, and the shady elements who shook the former down for “protection” were making money—lots of it.