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Mexican history from the early 20th century was a time when social upheaval led to a mass destruction, death and social change. These events gave rise to a more passionate approach to art, one that remains defiantly original and vibrant to this day. "Mexico: A Revolution in Art" at the Royal Academy in London captures this euphoria

David Cameron to attend Bilderberg group meeting Downing Street defends visit to secretive group, where prime minister will not be accompanied by civil servants Photograph: Oli Scarff/Getty Images

Government shocks with latest drink-driving campaign advert #PubLooShocker

The latest campaign to discourage drink-driving certainly seems to be having the desired effect, with many left shocked by a brutal new advert.<p>The …


Representing the sides<p>Moderator<p>Adam Smith, Assistant community editor, The Economist<p>Adam Smith is the assistant community editor at <i>The Economist</i>. His …

Trending: Remarkably, the global poverty rate has halved, from 43% in 1990 to 21% in 2010. How did this happen?

Facebook and Google insist they did not know of US government surveillance program Prism: Mark Zuckerberg, the founder and CEO of Facebook, described the press reports about Prism as "outrageous". He insisted that the Facebook was not part of any program to give the US government direct access to its servers even as president Barack Obama confirmed the scheme's existence Friday. Photograph: Robert Galbraith/Reuters

Facebook's violently sexist pages are an opportunity for feminists: Facebook both reflects our misogynistic society and is a conduit to change it – through campaigns such as Twitter's #FBrape Photograph: dpa picture alliance/Alamy

At least 24 people, including many children, are feared to have died in a huge tornado in the US: Winds of up to 200mph flattened whole neighbourhoods in Oklahoma City, as you can see in this video and this collection of dramatic photos Rescuers are working through the night and the area is described as having suffered "absolute destruction". [Death toll figures revised down following confirmation from local officials]

Rambler takes home the Disrupt NY 2013 Hackathon grand prize, Learn To Drive and Radical are runners up!

Smartphones evolving from flat to flex with new shapeshifting prototypes

Advertisement<p>0 Comments<p>Credit:<p>The mobile devices of tomorrow will be shapeshifters, and experimentation in the design space will make them a reality, …

Lisa Kokin: Sewn Found Photos

Lisa Kokin’s work in artist’s books, mixed media installation, assemblage and sculpture is about memory, history, and social commentary. She used …

Shazam For Clothes Identifies What TV Characters Are Wearing

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What’s the best age to launch a startup? Founders young and old tell us

Starting a company <i>is</i> a possible at any age.<p>To prove that innovation isn’t just a young man’s game, we gathered together a group of founders from successful companies like Box, Hubspot, and Poshmark.<p>These entrepreneurs say that it’s time we shattered Silicon Valley’s age bias. Many venture …

Claiming This Deduction Invites IRS Audit

Don’t you wish you knew which deductions trigger audits? You could bypass them and avoid all the trouble. Although there’s no obvious contender for what to avoid, many people worry that a home office deduction is a big red flag. Actually, there’s nothing wrong with claiming it but the rules are …