The riveting new podcast “The Doodler” examines a serial killer who haunted San Francisco in the 1970s, sketching his victims’ faces before slicing and dicing them.
We’re marking the anniversary of America’s first sex-worker-led protest in the hopes that the Biden administration might learn from old mistakes instead of just repeating them.
Although not feasible now with cases spiking, epidemiologists believe the NBA team—and its owner, Joe Lacob—has provided a sound model for when live events are ready to resume.
The Lawfare Project succeeded in campaigning for Zoom and YouTube to cancel a Palestinian event featuring Leila Khaled, a convicted hijacker of an Israel-bound flight in 1969.
The first state to enter coronavirus shutdown just lurched backward. Disturbing projections obtained by The Daily Beast show what went wrong.
America’s first Pride marches were held in 1970 in New York, L.A, San Francisco, and Chicago. Organizers and participants recall the post-Stonewall power of being seen and heard.
“All-white protesters came to my house with fireworks, aiming at my window, calling out: ‘Fuck you and fuck the police. Black lives matter!’” Mayor London Breed recalled.