A right-wing tactic that made its modern debut in Charlottesville in 2017 has been a staple of recent protests over police brutality. And stats show people rarely get charged.
The HBO miniseries “The Murders at White House Farm,” premiering Sept. 24 on HBO Max, dramatizes the real-life 1985 killing of a family in rural England.
Lawyers for celebrity chef Adam Perry Lang, who once served as Epstein’s personal chef, confirmed to The Daily Beast that he is cooperating with the investigation.
A grand jury voted to charge Jake Gardner with manslaughter in the death of James Scurlock—three months after a prosecutor declared it self-defense.
Jane Doe is suing Ghislaine Maxwell for grooming her for Epstein’s sex ring, but a judge put her case on ice until Maxwell’s criminal trial concludes.
The “Tiger King” star’s paso doble was as humiliating as anyone expected from a casting this trolltastic. Of course she was horrific. But so is her very presence on the show.
Alex Gibney’s new documentary “Crazy, Not Insane” is a fascinating—and disturbing—deep dive into what makes serial killers tick.