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This BBC documentary is the spookiest thing you'll see today

Since the 1970s, thousands of people across the globe have reported hearing a strange humming sound incessantly pulsating in their ears – and we’re not talking about tinnitus.<p>In fact, some claim the weird sound has persisted for so long that it has started driving them nuts, disturbing their …

Drug sales on the dark web have tripled since the demise of Silk Road

We're living in a post-Silk Road world, and in it, online drug sales are exploding.<p>New research shows that transactions involving illicit drugs on the so-called dark web, a part of the internet only accessible by special software, have tripled ever since Silk Road went dark in 2013.<p>Between February …

Dark Web

How to fix common sleep problems with science

There are so many barriers to a good night's sleep these days. Phones, TVs, kids, work — the list goes on and on.<p>We all know we need more sleep. Many Americans don't get the recommended seven to nine hours of shut eye they're supposed to.<p>Sleep can provide incredible health benefits. It can help us …

Sleep

Tony Blair: 'I express more sorrow, regret and apology than you can ever believe'

Blair responds to Iraq war report - which says former PM disregarded warnings of risks as he built case for military action<p>Help us report on Chilcot<p>Tony Blair has rejected the Chilcot inquiry’s criticisms of his decision to lead Britain to war in Iraq in 2003, but expressed “sorrow, regret and …

Middle East

10 Things You Didn't Know About the $1 Bill

Most countries don't have paper currency smaller than the five. Not us.<p>While most countries don’t bother with paper denominations smaller than a …

John McCain

François Hollande pushes through labour bill with special decree

President will bypass parliament to implement proposed changes which have brought thousands to the streets in protest<p>France’s Socialist government has taken the risky and controversial decision to bypass parliament and use a special decree to force through a contested labour reform bill by its …

Europe