A patient flying from Liberia to the U.S.
Continue reading U.S. Ebola Patient ‘Critically Ill’
The new details of the breach were first reported by the Washington Post on Monday on the eve of a hearing by the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee. They differ starkly from the Secret Service’s statement the day after the incident
Continue reading Fence-jumper ran through several rooms on main floor of White House
Hibernian stun Rangers at Ibrox to register their first away win in the Scottish Championship this season.
Continue reading Rangers 1-3 Hibernian
Stoke earn a first home league win of the season and increase the pressure on Newcastle manager Alan Pardew.
Continue reading Stoke City 1-0 Newcastle United
In a Beast interview, the former Arkansas governor knocks the IRS, extols a broad consumption tax, and says that ‘a tax is punishment.’
Continue reading Huckabee: ‘A Tax Is Punishment’
West Brom manager Alan Irvine secures his first Hawthorns league win as two goals by Saido Berahino helps sink Burnley.
Continue reading West Bromwich Albion 4-0 Burnley
Shaking hands, loss of vision and trees being planted overnight: how the Ryder Cup first tee affects the most serene of players.
Continue reading First tee makes strong men go weak
After Gala Leon Garcia’s appointment as Spain’s Davis Cup skipper, Ben Dirs asks what barriers remain for female coaches.
Continue reading Why do men fear female coaches?
The author of ‘The Glass Menagerie’ and ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ was first saved and then betrayed by his art in a life every bit as flamboyant and wayward as his plays.
Continue reading Tennessee Williams’s Tortured Greatness
Two of the first ever books to be printed in Scotland have been bought from private ownership by the National Library of Scotland.
Continue reading Library secures early printed books
Their name is synonymous with oil, but the descendants of John D. Rockefeller are divesting from fossil fuels—joining a few other heirs who turned their backs on the family business.
Continue reading Why the Rockefellers Rejected Big Oil
Nicola Sturgeon will launch her bid to replace Alex Salmond as SNP leader and first minister of Scotland, making clear she still backs independence.
Continue reading Sturgeon to run for SNP top job
Swansea record their first ever win over Premier League rivals Everton to reach the fourth round of the Capital One Cup.
Continue reading Swansea City 3-0 Everton
Washington has put airstrikes at the heart of its campaign, but the tactics used against al Qaeda won’t work now. Instead we must decimate the midlevel leadership ISIS relies on.
Continue reading We Can’t Beat ISIS With Airstrikes
Why take sexy photos on your camera? For the same reason you have sex: It’s fun.
Continue reading In Defense of Nude Selfies
Andy Murray speaks publicly for the first time about comments he made on the eve of the Scottish referendum.
Continue reading Andy Murray regrets tweet fallout
Alex Salmond is to address Holyrood for the first time since Scotland rejected independence and is expected to call for the voting age to be lowered.
Continue reading Salmond to make voting age call
From American support for airstrikes and ground troops against ISIS to the nine lives of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, PunditFact checks the talking heads against the record.
Continue reading Fact-Checking the Sunday Shows: Sept. 21
Revealed by The Daily Beast for the first time: a poem by Inaugural Poet Richard Blanco—and a beautiful film from Freedom To Marry.
Continue reading Watch This Amazing Ode To Equal Marriage