As it turns 40, it's worth remembering that Star Wars was more than just a space film, it reframed America's troubled history.
Lunchtime is one more lesson on what a healthy meal should look like.
The former chancellor is walking a path between critic and conformist.
It's there ... but it changes over time.
Stephen Hawking thinks we need to leave the planet. Do we?
When manufacturers are chasing sales and more and more customers are plugging in, is the writing on the wall for F1?
Stem cells show potential for treating injuries, but some lab trials show they could be harmful too.
Ivory from illegally-poached elephants can easily be mistaken for antique.
To defeat continuing terrorist attacks, defenders must adapt and learn lessons quickly.
The Wachowski sisters' TV series is a celebration of empathy and community.
Few actors have combined real charm, self-deprecation and dash in the way Moore always did.
The figures don't really add up.
Tumour evolution was first identified 40 years ago. We're finally making good progress with it.
In the aftermath, we face difficult conversations about society, but we cannot shy away from them.
Manchester academics react to a terror attack that has shocked the world.
New research reveals how flamingos can stand – and even sleep – on one leg for so long.
Dubbed the greatest album ever by Rolling Stone, Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band is turning 50. We asked six experts how it had stood the test of time and found opinions diverged widely.
While Donald Trump's disdain for the alliance has apparently abated, the future is still disturbing.
There can be benefits to fidgeting, such as boosting attention or helping you burn up to 800 extra calories a day. But it comes at a cost...
Local and national authorities are curtailing civil liberties in the name of 'security'.
The 28th president's ideology has never really gone away.
European tokers are still smoking cannabis mixed with tobacco while Americans have shifted to vaping. It's time for Europe to catch up.
Guy Ritchie's blokey remake of the Arthur legend fails to establish any kind of coherent narrative.
From military mapping to brain imaging, holograms are no longer relegated to your bank card.
Henrietta Lacks's 'immortal' cells changed medical research – although she never knew that.