Assertions that Hitler supported Zionism before the Holocaust are nothing new – and nothing to do with historical fact.
Why do some people age better than others? It is partly down to their genes.
The scandal that rocked the automotive industry is far from over.
Asthma medication can cause trouble for athletes but why are some inhalers alright while others need permission to use?
England and Scotland see Europe differently and the EU question could hasten the end of the Union.
There's an argument to be made for the old way of doing things.
If Hillary Clinton's cabinet does end up being 50% female, it could change US politics for good.
Dementia headlines are often misleading, but it's not only journalists who are to blame.
Here's how they could revolutionise science.
The main mayoral candidates agree air quality is a huge issue, but disagree on policies.
European Commission fires a broadside at Google for using Android to enforce its dominant position.
With a fast-growing population, London needs a mayor with a clear vision for public transport. Will it get one?
Dealing with inequality should be the main priority.
Climate change and overfishing have destroyed livelihoods, so many locals have been forced into the forest.
Holiday making accounts for almost a tenth of the British economy. Here's how it might be impacted by a vote to leave the EU.
Brexit would be the beginning of the process of Britain's economic transformation – giving it the potential to be better off.
Conspiracy, betrayal and prophecies of doom have all played their part in Dilma Rousseff's looming downfall.
How do we deal with people whose emotional responses we don’t understand? Demolition does not have the answers.
When anti Jewish rhetoric emerges into the light, it is worth reminding ourselves of the dark history at its root.
The Republicans' disaster of a frontrunner is making moves to appear more presidential. Is anyone fooled?
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).
Michael Spitzer can't sing a note. But that hasn't stopped him becoming an expert musician.
Social media has fuelled a trend for foreign dogs being rehomed in the UK, hampering domestic rescue efforts and increasing disease risks.
After years of plastic surgery and progressive skin-bleaching, Lil' Kim is not black any more.
There's no protection from size discrimination in UK law, but European disability law may offer some comfort.
Local education authorities have mediated the RE syllabus for decades. Now, there might be a free-for-all.
Safe standing stadiums and less invasive crowd control would be the final step to overturn Hillsborough's wrongful legacy on British football.
Local elections are taking place across 124 councils in England and will probably have a big impact on the day-to-day issues that most people care about.