By Mike Daly
Clarence Baugh, who clears a path for all presidential motorcades through New York, has served every president since George H.W. Bush. But until this week, he’d never met one.
A recent study comparing views on morality of religious and non-religious people found something surprising: Religion doesn’t make our everyday lives more moral.
Critics of retired Arizona Rep. Gabby Giffords call her anti-gun ads ‘mean.’ But Giffords isn’t mean—she’s just not doing what society expects (and accepts) of disabled people.
The outgoing attorney general talks to The Daily Beast about his ‘signature achievement,’ his vicious opponents, and why he isn’t done yet: ‘I don’t just want to give speeches.’
By Kevin Fallon
In Shondaland—where Scandal and How to Get Away With Murder live—gays are sexy, complicated, and flawed. How one ‘Angry Black Woman’ (ugh) revolutionized gay characters on TV.
Deep in the pine forests of the Baltic lurks a secret 1980s military bunker, intended as an escape for Russia’s political masters should there be a nuclear strike.
By Tim Teeman
Is a family of raccoons living in Leonardo DiCaprio’s beard? Beards can look sexy and brooding. They can also look demented. Men should know when it’s time to prune.
By Nico Hines
The Mean Girls actress-turned-tabloid fodder made her stage debut in David Mamet’s Speed-the-Plow in London. It was decidedly not fetch.