Ian Brady and Myra Hindley continue to fascinate the public, half a century after they were sentenced to life in prison.
There's clearly a growing enthusiasm for the sport but our experts crunched the numbers to see if this is just more middle-aged men in lycra (Mamils).
Here's why you shouldn't blame local authorities for the failure of government contractors.
Women over 60 are being killed in their own homes - but little more is known about these crimes.
Social media is notoriously unsuitable for population studies, but these researchers have found a way to make the bias work in their favour.
A new study reveals that we are more likely to trust people who follow simple moral rules – or at least give moral problems some serious thought.
Incentives to encourage childbearing haven't worked elsewhere in Asia – can they in China?
Much like the latest Zack Snyder film, the inter-generational war being played out in the press seems largely unnecessary.
Giving poor people a lot of money or a new asset won't turn them into entrepreneurs overnight.
Wheatley has expertly reimagined Ballard's futuristic novel in a way that rings true to modern living.
How to invent a national identity – and then sell it.
Some economic models tell us that segregation is inevitable. Is it really?
Health and local employment prospects both play a part in whether older workers stop working.
In a town still reeling, writing is helping to empower women.
It's not just a matter of numbers: asylum seekers need houses where they can feel at home.
Crooks exploit natural human tendencies to con you out of your money.
Some children drink alcohol. This study of 11-year-olds looked at how parents' drinking might influence behaviour.
To know India’s future we must first understand Hindu nationalism’s past.
Our expert joins the dots between the ancient kingdoms of yore and today's Northern Powerhouse.
Putting CCTV in all UK care homes would be a breach of residents privacy and could have serious ramifications for the rest of society.
Is the status quo really that bad? Our expert talks us through the arguments about the 'oldest profession'.
It is 2016 but, when it comes to housing, in many ways it could actually be 1891.
MPs should listen to the House of Lords and to expert opinion, and retain the official child poverty measures.
The British do love a scientist on their money, as RBS's new choice of Mary Somerville for the £10 confirms. Is it time we thought out of the box?
In 2015, a person took their life in prison every four days.