It is an experience as familiar as it is frustrating to many parents and teachers - getting children to pay attention to simple instructions while they are engrossed in watching television, playing a or
As a beauty editor, I can't say or write these three words enough: Put on sunscreen. And not just during the summer months when it's scorching hot, but every single day. Okay, so now that I've drilled
Once again, this season is witnessing a revival of the Americana trend. From Indiana to Iran, stars and stripes are everywhere. But how do you embrace the nautical trend without looking like a pirate?
via ELLE.com So it's official! According to People.com Kim and Kanye tied the knot today in Florence, Italy at Fort di Belvedere, a venue that dates back all the way to the 16th century. According to Kanye
Some of the biggest bashes in history. With Kimye's nuptials finally here, we're feeling a bit of wedding nostalgia. You think the Kardashian clan invented the grandiose, celeb-filled wedding extravaganza?
Alisa Thiry, the former model, has spoken for the first time about her 'difficult and painful' £40m divorce from her husband, Didier A former model at the centre of a £40 million divorce battle with her
Three quickfire goals in extra time gave Real Madrid a 4-1 win over city rivals Atletico in Lisbon Saturday to win the European Champions League for the 10th time. Diego Godin put Atletico ahead in the
Police in Indonesia say they are investigating a possible murder after a British woman was found dead in her villa on the Indonesian resort island of Bali. The woman, named as 48-year-old Anne Marie Drozdz,
Ukraine has gone to the polls in a presidential election seen as the most important in the country's history, as it battles a pro-Russia insurrection in the east. Turnout was strong in the capital, Kiev,
Brazil, by both area and population, is the fifth-largest nation on earth. Its economy is perhaps the sixth- or seventh-largest and will soon surpass those of France and Britain. Yet this great state barely
The Australian actor David Gulpilil has received a best actor award at the Cannes film festival for his role in Charlie's Country, which the director Rolf de Heer said had allowed the indigenous star live
Thailand's military junta has dissolved the country's last remaining democratic institution – the senate – and ordered dozens of activists and journalists to turn themselves in to the army as protests
Brace yourselves, because this week's story is about sperm and poop. Specifically, though, it's about how scientists recently discovered the world's oldest sperm, which had been almost perfectly preserved
The benchmark for film spin-offs from children's TV animations is surely Dougal and the Blue Cat, the early 70s Serge Danot/Eric Thompson classic that brilliantly expanded upon the enduring eerie appeal
The longest film in the Festival de Cannes walked off with the biggest prize Saturday night as Nuri Bilge Ceylan's three-hour and 16-minute "Winter Sleep" took home the Palme d'Or. Turkish director Ceylan
Last week in this column, I reviewed Jia Zhangke's A Touch of Sin, a bleakly violent state-of-the-nation portrait of modern China that earned Jia a best screenplay award at the 2013 Cannes film festival.
The Cannes film festival rumbles to a stop as the competition jury, lead by Jane Campion, hand out their gongs. Among the winners were Timothy Spall (best actor for Mr Turner), Julianne Moore (best actress
About midway into the latest X-Men flick, Bryan Singer’s generous, delightfully convoluted “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” there is a prison break so exuberant and uncharacteristic of superhero movies that
Scientists have found a way to beat back the hands of time and fight the ravages of old age, at least in mice. A new study finds that mice bred without a specific pain sensor, or receptor, live longer
No blind spot for this one For 16 years, EyeSee360 has made panoramic cameras for the military and other industries. Now the company has adapted its technology for the 360Fly, a consumer video camera allows
It used to be that if you asked an astronomer if there was intelligent life elsewhere in the universe, you’d get some sort of hedged response involving the vastness of the universe and statistical probabilities
Hundreds of demonstrators angry at the military coup in Thailand clashed with soldiers on Saturday outside a military TV station in Bangkok. They defied a ban on political gatherings, to denounce Thursday’s
Al-Shabaab militants launched an attack Somalia's parliament headquarters Saturday, leaving at least 10 people dead and more than 11 others wounded, witnesses and officials said. Members of the parliament