Opponents of the election say the process is unconstitutional and racially exclusive. The U.S. Supreme Court has temporarily blocked a historic and controversial election from moving forward in Hawaii.
When faced with trauma, some people manage to emerge stronger than ever. How do they manage it? Michael Bond investigates. Eugenie is telling me the story of the end of her life. At least, it is the end
Obama’s election was supposed to usher in a new post-racial era. Why has racist expression grown more vicious than any time
Michael Brown, Sandra Bland, Tamir Rice It’s not that there’s been no “progress” on race, but progress in some areas doesn’t preclude regression in others August 3, 2015 11:57am (UTC) Sandra Bland, an
Fantastic Four,Film,Culture,Marvel,Superhero movies,20th Century Fox,Star Wars,Science fiction and fantasy Reshoots, angry fans and reports of the director’s on- and off-set travails have plagued the of
As of Wednesday, Walt Disney's Ant-Man has earned $116.8 million at the domestic box office and $234 million at the worldwide box office. That puts the Marvel adventure just past the $116.6m US and
Growing up, I played Pokémon more frequently than any other game, and by the time my fascination with the series ended, I’d caught every single monster from Red, Blue, Gold and Silver, lost track of the
"It started with little things—having trouble making eye contact," he told me. Soon it got worse. Redding, a 28-year-old salesman in Seattle, found himself freaking out during normal, everyday conversations.
Absorbing more heavy metal than Scandinavia Corals are great at absorbing toxic heavy metals, which is one of the many reasons they are dying off. Now researchers have created synthetic corals that use
It’s entirely apt that a film dedicated to replication should exist in multiple versions; there is not one Blade Runner, but seven. Though opinions on which is best vary and every edition has its partisans,
More than two dozen archaeologists and anthropologists have written an open letter of protest against the “sensationalisation” of their fields, with one accusing National Geographic of reverting to “a
Police in Toronto are asking for the public's help to solve the riddle of a mysterious tunnel discovered more than a month ago. Investigations have so far been unable to determine who built the tunnel