US forces took the bells after a brutal counter-attack that killed anywhere from hundreds to thousands of Filipinos. US Defense Secretary James Mattis formally returned church bells to the Philippines
To celebrate 100 years since British women were given the right to vote, The Telegraph – alongside the Mayor of London’s#BehindEveryGreatCityCampaign – is running a weekly series. ‘Hidden Credits’ looks
It's using technology to comment on art. Banksy just delivered a masterclass in using technology to both create and comment on art. The mysterious artist hid a shredder in the frame for his 2006 painting
Parents of teenagers glued to their smartphones now have a new way to pry them away from their gadgets. Google has launched new tools on its free Family Link app designed to set "digital ground rules"
Through an extraordinary campaign of non-violent resistance during World War II, residents of Le Chambon-sur-Lignon saved thousands of Jews from deportation and almost certain death. On a wind-scoured
“Unexpected” might be the most appropriate word to describe every new advertisement put out by Apple. Just a few days ago, the company released a Spike Jonze-directed surreal commercial for their HomePod.
(CNN) — During the half century since President John F. Kennedy was assassinated, you may have heard about a few conspiracy theories. Decades of investigations, hearings, documents, records, books and
For years, one of the holy grails of web design has been trying to automate turning front-end design into clean code. Early attempts included tools like Dreamweaver and FrontPage. Pagedraw, a member of
There has been global applause for a teacher in Ghana who posted photos of himself drawing on a blackboard with multi-colored chalk, the features of a Microsoft Word processing window. The students in
Similar to the way people insure their cars, houses and lives, slave-owners would sometimes insure their slaves. Fearful of not getting their money’s worth from their slaves, owners would sometimes take