The history of why witchcraft was seen as a woman's work.
Remain doesn't have to mean that nothing changes.
Genetics play a large role in how well someone does at university.
Both sides seem open to a longer Article 50 process after talks in Brussels went nowhere.
The UK is home to more than 3,600 apple varieties - but they can't be told apart by look or taste alone.
New review finds that over 150 papers strongly support the view that herpes simplex plays a role in Alzheimer’s disease.
Jacob Rees-Mogg speaks for a minority of a minority, so why are we letting him dictate government policy?
Serious violence is rising, and there's little more that police can do to stop it. Of course, the real culprits are cutbacks to the nation's social protection systems.
The criminalisation of fracking protesters is not the exception, it has become the rule.
Men, who are arguably the least risk-aware when it comes to breast cancer, are largely overlooked in awareness material, and remain ill-informed.
Managing your feelings takes more than just turning that frown upside down.
New research found a disparity between the sentences women and men are given for offence when alcohol is an aggravating factor.
An Ig Nobel Prize-winning study suggests we need to rethink why imitation evolved.
There is an urgent need for a binding convention for the prohibition of violence against women.
Corruption, economic woes and oppression are driving many civil servants to the edge.
Field samples, satellite measurements and isotopic data have shed new light on corals' eating habits.
Despite the myth of consumption as an ethereal, wasting disease, the more prosaic truth is that the Brontës likely infected one another with tuberculosis.
A movement built on inequality can also perpetuate that same inequality.
Evidence shows that outright bans save lives.
Leaders in the troubled region once saw EU membership as an incentive to cooperate. Now border disputes could flare up again.
Most hand car wash workers are subject to some form of labour exploitation, says new report
Bug chasers fetishise the HIV virus – and they come from a variety of backgrounds, generations, and countries.
It will take more energy to get the BebiColombo spacecraft inro a stable orbit around Mercury than it would to send it all the way to Pluto.
Authorities need a better way to identify so-called super recognisers who match suspects to CCTV footage.
It's not just a matter of equality, it makes economic sense too.