In a sit-down interview with Spin Cycle's Howard Kurtz, 'New York Times' columnist Tom Friedman called out Mitt Romney for flip-flopping on foreign policy issues, and explained why he doesn't see himself golfing with the GOP candidate.
New cellphone videos show police and pedestrians responding to Wednesday's horrific attack in London.
Today's Obsessional: Andrew Sullivan's Newsweek magazine cover story about President Obama's critics. John Avlon, Rebecca Dana and Michael Daly on our daily roundtable.
<p style='font-family: tahoma, arial, helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 12px;'>Robin Givhan, Newsweek's style and culture correspondent, weighs in on the latest hoodie controversy. Her verdict: Wall Street pundits are way off base going after Mark Zuckerberg for wearing one. After all, that is what he wears to work, isn't it?</p>
<p><span style='font-size: 12px;'>That's the interest rate that Spain had to pay for selling six-month bonds. Dan Gross and Zachary Karabell on how this could be the beginning of the end of the Euro crisis.</span></p>
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In a PSA published yesterday on YouTube, entitled 'Jehovah's Witnesses want deaf people to stop mastubating [sic],' well-dressed gentlemen use American Sign Language to spread the gospel about masturbation.
<p>As kids head back to math class, the 'Wonder Years' star, mathematics genius, and author of the new book '<a href='http://www.amazon.com/Girls-Get-Curves-Geometry-Takes/dp/1594630941' target='_blank'>Girls Get Curves: Geometry Takes Shape</a>' opens up to the Beast and delivers a dose of back-to-school inspiration.<br>
Fashion Week is over! Fashion Beast's Isabel Wilkinson explains five takeaways from the glamorous events, including this year's prominence of 'It babies.'
Richard Schiff stops by the NewsBeast set to talk about one of his favorite politicians, Joe Biden. Biden, says Schiff, sees Obama as his little brother, and that's why he gets so emotional when talking about the president.
A food vendor at the Houston Astros' Minute Maid Park was fired after taking snow cones where they've hopefully never been before: the bathroom stall. 'There are some things that are just never ever ever acceptable any way,' said a local reporter of this disturbing cell phone video.
'Oh shoot! Now the back of my dress just popped' During her Central Park performance on 'GMA', the singer started busting out of her Versace ensemble. 'I love you, Donatella, but it popped darling.' Host Lara Spencer did her best to shield Carey while several people unsuccessfully attempted to zip her back into the dress. Eventually, when all else fails, cut to commercial.
That's what CNN is calling Daily Beast Executive Editor John Avlon. But this time he's 'cautiously optimistic' that Washington will strike a budget deal by this month's deadline.
Who let the dogs out? That s what they re asking in the White House, after new puppy Sunny got a little too rowdy at a recent event and knocked over a little girl.
<p><span style='font-family: Tahoma; font-size: 13px;'>Violent anti-government demonstrations have swept through Bangkok, and the global news media has been watching. Here s a look at other countries assessments of the Thai unrest.</span></p>
<p>The Daily Beast goes backstage at the 2013 Victoria s Secret Fashion Show, seeing how models like Doutzen Kroes and Lily Aldridge get ready for the runway.<br>