Kim Kardashian et al taught Trump everything he knows.
You may not be free but buying lots of stuff can create the illusion that you are.
Stonehenge has a traffic problem. But building a £1.4 billion tunnel is not the answer.
What hope of finding a candidate who can hold onto the presidency?
The foundations are shaky after the previous regime, but there are reasons to be optimistic about Theresa May's initiative.
If you just want clean hair, you could save yourself a fortune.
Three reasons why the new progress measures may be a misleading indicator of school performance.
Nearly two-thirds of the billion people suffering food insecurity are themselves farmers. Here's how some are protecting themselves.
Musicians have largely greeted Trump with the sound of silence – and in doing so, they check the normalisation of the current administration.
Cars, clothes, diamonds and jets: it's time we addressed just how much the wealthy are hurting the planet.
After eight torturous years of crisis, Greeks are working long and hard with very little to show for it.
There is no guarantee that the UK can or will continue to be part of the €80 billion EU research funding programme Horizon2020.
Why research that links our social behaviour to our genes is still controversial today.
Donald Trump will preside over a new American reality as it takes shape. How can we understand it?
There is no one-size-fits-all answer to global food insecurity except that the West needs to learn to consume, and waste, less.
The people who voted for the new American president may not be as hard for the Left to reach as it may appear.
Logical and coherent it was not, but Trump's first address as president had some striking themes running through it.
The 44th president is now gone. What mark does he leave on his country?
Here are some tips to get your picky eater into lifelong healthy habits.
The former England captain was a towering figure in sport, but her mission to reduce inequality in cricket remains unfinished.
The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have called for repentence for the divisions caused by the schism between the Protestant and Catholic faiths.
We all need a little trip to La La Land.
Great expectations or much ado about nothing?
Going round in circles can actually make your journey more efficient.
The UK government's inability to devise a fundamentally new economic policy is why it will likely fudge a soft Brexit.
French company Seabubbles provides new transport concept which aims to see the people of Paris using water instead of roads.
Self-determination, freedom of thought, choice of risk arguably have freed society, but then there's inequality, ill-health and narcissism.
The rise of annual January drinking campaigns. shows that our ideas of moderate drinking aren't solely based public health guidlelines.
After Brexit, Theresa May says the UK will 'take back control of our laws'.
British business will be hoping that, by shrouding herself in the Union Jack, Theresa May has not overplayed her hand.
This special dampening material could also protect buildings from earthquakes.
Going in with all guns blazing is not really how Europe does business – but that's never stopped Britain.
Crucially, President Obama has commuted Manning's sentence without pardoning her.
The UK's decision to leave the single market and customs union will have huge consequences.
State killings are the latest demonstration of the country's regression.
A look at the recent Supreme Court battle over priority use of wheelchair spaces on buses and what it really means for disabled people.
If we survive for another 7.59 billion years, our planet will spiral into the outer layers of the dying sun and melt away forever.
Healing is hungry work – so watch what you eat.
Research has shed new light on whether we prefer policies that would benefit ourselves or our descendants.
Old habits die hard.
The UK prime minister is squaring up to European negotiators in pledging a hard Brexit. But is she overplaying her hand?