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Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway to present best picture Oscar again

At the 90th Academy Awards on Sunday, Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway are getting a mulligan: the Bonnie and Clyde pair will present the Oscar for best picture again, one year after they infamously announced La La Land, instead of the actual winner, Moonlight.<p>Last year Beatty and Dunaway presented …

Entertainment

Unnamed man faces investigation after four women who claim to have been groped submit formal complaints<p>The BBC has launched an investigation into one of its radio presenters after he was accused of sexual harassment.<p>The unnamed presenter is being investigated by the BBC’s corporate security and …

Sexual Harassment

Duterte threatens to impose martial law in the Philippines

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said that "no one" could stop him from imposing martial law in the country, if the drug problem grew "very …

Martial Law

Two cheers for Swansea’s tidal lagoon

The go-ahead for the Swansea Bay project could help end fossil fuel reliance. But ministers have pulled the plug on other inventive schemes<p>Britain’s west coast is facing a revolutionary change. If renewable energy advocates get their way, swaths of shoreline will soon be peppered with giant …

Fossil Fuels

Chikungunya is on the move

A crippling virus has slipped its bonds in Africa and Asia and is invading whole new continents faster than people can learn to pronounce its name. …

Public Health

How to cook the IBM computer's dishes

A new cookbook has been compiled by Chef Watson, the IBM cognitive computer. Here are some of its recipes<p><b>BELGIAN BACON PUDDING</b><p><b>Ingredients:</b> heavy cream: 2 cups; bacon: 4 ounces, rendered, fat reserved; porcini mushroom powder: 2 teaspoons; ground black pepper: 1/4 teaspoons; granulated sugar: 3/4 …

Recipes

Some users reporting Nexus 7 brick issue on Android 5.0+ Lollipop

Can you think of anything worse than bricking your phone when flashing a new ROM? Well, how about your Android device turning into a fancy paperweight when the official OTA update is installing? That’s right, a good bunch of Nexus 7 owners, both 2012 and 2013, are reporting that Android 5.0+ …

Onions CAN taste like apples: the Tony Abbott effect

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott currently has people scratching their heads as to what he was thinking when he ate a raw onion like most people would eat an apple. While people looking at Tony Abbott’s words and actions and thinking “what the hell are you doing?” is nothing unusual these …

Onions

A meandering tale: the truth about pi and rivers

Pi Day 2015: A well known fact about pi is that it describes the bendiness of rivers. I wanted to test this theory, and so I crowd-sourced river lengths to find out<p>Of the many weird and wonderful facts about pi, one of my favourites is a surprising connection between the number 3.14 and the world …

Mathematics

The best in food and drink this week

The Spot<br>The Grub & Grog Shop, Leeds<p>The execution may improve, but, essentially, most UK bar food cleaves to a hoary old formula of nachos, burgers, chilli, posh sandwiches and something halloumi-based for the vegetarians. The Grub & Grog Shop, however – which feeds folk at the Northern Monk …

Blue Cheese

What goes on inside a proton? | Jon Butterworth | Life & Physics

Quarks and gluons make weird slopes and shapes inside the proton. Understanding them precisely was important for the first results from Cern’s Large Hadron Collider, and continues to be so as we approach the restart over the next few weeks<p>I spent part of last week at a meeting in the Pyrenees, …

Physics

Efforts to Curb Ivory Trafficking Spreading, but Killing Continues

Stories that put a face on wildlife crime enable solutions, says National Geographic's crime investigator.<p>Ask anyone in America to name an organized crime figure, and chances are they can do it: Al Capone in the 1920s. "Bugsy" Siegel in the 1930s and '40s. John Gotti in the 1970s and '80s.<p>Ask …