‘Too much Call of Duty, not enough shopping’.
Is the shopping experience the next for a technological overhaul with virtual reality?
“No duh” was the reaction of some to the Supreme Court’s same-sex ruling.
Lawyers and law students betting on recent decisions have been spot on predicting outcomes. It isn't all that hard, when you think about it.
A computer-on-a-stick is the start, but they’ll get smaller and smarter yet.
Smaller computer are coming to your pocket, and then your homes, your workplaces, and everywhere else.
Trendy - but at what cost?
Seriously though - can fashion really damage your health?
Not a helpful message.
In our ever more secular society, why does atheism still get a bad rep?
Lady Justice, meet your new Lord Chancellor.
Gove wants to shake things up but seems to appreciate that lawyers are at the end of their tether.
All smiles - but who’s watching what they’re watching?
Should 'think of the children' ever come to the point of spying on teenagers?
American troops invade Tinian island, 1944.
As the US plans to create a "simulated war zone" in the Pacific, the islanders it will affect are pushing back. What are their chances?
How to muscle in on the centre spot.
Studies from the world of business give some insights into how potential leaders can navigate out of the shadows and into the spotlight.
Save the Children’s Islamabad HQ, briefly under lock and key.
Pakistan's crackdown on foreign charities isn't just security paranoia – it's an attempt to stamp out bad PR.
Hat in the ring. Jeb Bush pictured in 2013.
When considering US elections it pays to "follow the money" -- and not just the campaign donations. Head to the bookies, not the polls, to see who's really in with a shout.
Evening shoe, beaded silk and leather, Roger Vivier (1907–98) for Christian Dior. 1958-60.
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A walk through some of the more extreme examples of historical shoes.
Flying the flag for the HDP.
Ruling AKP gets a hammering at the polls as pro-Kurdish HDP enters parliament for first time.
Too big for their boots?
The modern corporation is made up of people, but we have created monsters whose powers now far exceed that which were originally envisioned.
Scene of the crime.
CSI lied to you: investigating a crime scene is long, complicated and often boring.
Harder climb if you don’t conform.
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Neurodiversity describes those who think, see and process information differently. And they can be an asset in the right workplaces.
The electoral phenomenon that left David Cameron smiling will have huge implications for future battles.
'Shy Tories' doesn't cut it. There is another anomaly in the election poll data which offers a more useful angle on what went wrong.
Kadiza Sultana, Amira Abase and Shamima Begum left the UK in mid-February.
Record numbers of arrests of young Britons on suspicion of terrorism offences shows the need for a new and effective approach to online jihad.
A world in a drop.
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Complex algorithms and personalised medicine promise a new way of diagnosing disease.
Anyone see it coming?
While pre-election polls got their sums wrong, and seemed to ignore biases in the rush to publish, a far more accurate call was being made in the betting shops of Britain.