How Caribbean Pirates Ran Wild in ‘Wickedest City on Earth’
The Martinique Excursion You Shouldn’t Miss
Hidden in the hills along the Martinican coast is a historical slave site built with bare hands—to share the history no one else wanted to.
A New Immigration Crisis? This Time It Could Be From Haiti.
The streets of Haiti erupted over the weekend. The chaos and panic conjured images of the 1990s when Haitian “boat people” by the thousands fled toward the U.S.
Forget the Caribbean: Was Rum Invented in India?
Newly discovered evidence suggests that rum production predates the Caribbean by at least 1,000 years and may have actually started in South East Asia.
THIS LITTLE PIGGY
The Secret of Pig Island
Oh, that will do. The island of Big Major Cay, in The Bahamas, is famous for its friendly swimming pigs.
Shock as U.K. Turns on Caribbean Immigrants After 50 Years
Decades ago, workers traveled to Britain from the Caribbean to help rebuild the country after World War II. Now, some are being told to leave.
Hurricane Maria’s ‘Pinhole Eye’ Could Mean Disaster
A hurricane expert talks to The Daily Beast on how Maria intensified so quickly—and what the eye of the storm can tell us about its destructive power.
The Anti-Gay ‘Trump Effect’ Goes Global
International activists say the effects of the Trump administration’s actions (and inactions) are already being felt. Gay Republicans either don’t know or don’t care.