A controversial documentary on the gang-rape of a young woman in Delhi has been aired by the BBC despite protest from the Indian government. The film, India’s Daughter, was due to be aired on International
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Ambassador Michael McFaul was there when the promise of democracy came to Russia—and when it began to fade. In January, 2012, Michael McFaul, a tenured political scientist from Stanford and President chief
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Richard Linklater's Boyhood, filmed over 12 years to depict a boy growing up in real time, and for which Patricia Arquette won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress, is extraordinary, says Robbie Collin
1980: Crack was just turning up in the United States. The contras were seeking funds to support their civil war in Nicaragua. And an L. A. kid was looking for an opportunity. The combination would change
Scientists in Sweden say they have confirmed a new, super-heavy element that was first proposed by Russian scientists in 2004. The element with the atomic number 115 has yet to be named. In a press release,