Turns out the Egyptians weren't the only ones who mummified their dead.
Californian rap and jazz poetry may sound like an odd mix – but both are rooted in historic inequalities
Some parents worry their teens' obsession with dark fiction means they'll grow up and overthrow the government -- like Katniss Everdeen in Hunger Games. How real is this concern?
It's a million miles from the cartoon capers of James Bond, but remains a familiar tale of good versus evil.
Media pictures of the children of celebrities are now clearly off limits – unless their parents consent to publication.
Adele has joined Taylor Swift’s ranks in the war against the streaming culture of Spotify and Apple Music.
The Oxford Dictionaries' word of the year is causing a bit of a stir – probably because it's not a word at all.
The Wellcome's show looks into complexity of the ideas behind the do-it-yourself of the mindfulness movement.
The film transcends its feelgood marketing campaign to contribute to current debates around charity and its practical implications.
Jonah Lomu's brilliance on and off field made him a global superstar and role model.
A systematic review of 199 international studies suggests that arts education remains a moot point.
Exotic animal escapes are relatively rare today, but in the 19th century it wasn't unusual to find a tiger loose in the street.