Patrons of a gay bar in New York’s Greenwich Village were in the right place at the right time on Friday night, when Adele and Jennifer Lawrence showed up. The New York Daily News reported that the Grammy-winning
Disney-Fox is just the latest step in Marvel Studios reclaiming its heroes (and villains) This week’s Disney-Fox merger is impactful for many reasons — chief among them, a pattern of major media acquisition
Dairy Milk is not mine or yours, or Cadbury’s... it belongs to a bloated six-year old billionaire kid called Mondelēz We must remember that it’s not Dairy Milk’s fault. Dairy Milk is the music, not the
Don’t take rejections personally. You hang in there. You are wooing the child back into the relationship When Gabor Maté’s eldest son was eight, his angry outbursts troubled his parents so much that they
1) 1981: Hinault hits a dog and wins Paris-Roubaix It’s probably fair to say Bernard Hinault was not in the best of moods as he approached the final few kilometres of the 1981 Paris-Roubaix. “The Badger”
With one bound, Sir Dave Brailsford is free. Confirmation that the team he has built over the last 10 years would continue has come early, as the petrochemical firm Ineos confirmed it will be Team Sky’s
The woman behind the petition to revoke article 50 has said she is scared and has been forced to close her Facebook account after receiving multiple death threats for launching the challenge to Brexit.
Follow the latest updates as people descend on London to march for a second vote on the UK’s departure from the EU 6.04pm GMT 5.42pm GMT Dan Sabbagh rounds up some of his favourite placards from this march.
There were just 13 foreign players in the Premier League when it began in 1992 - now there are over 300. But of the 2,016 non-British and Irish players to grace the top flight since then, which import
Jordan Peele, Oscar-winning director of horror hit Get Out, has returned with Us, another psychological thriller with parallels to real life. During a brief trip to the UK he spoke to BBC News about doppelgangers,
In their forthcoming book, Nine Lies About Work, Marcus Buckingham and Ashley Goodall make a startling claim, with implications far beyond the workplace: they argue that giving people feedback – in the
LeBron James will not be in the NBA play-offs for the first time since 2005. The Los Angeles Lakers were mathematically eliminated from the play-off race following a 111-106 defeat by the Brooklyn Nets
You know you’ve reached a crisis point in your email backlog when you’re obliged – as I was recently – to confront the following conundrum of electronic etiquette: is it ruder to reply to an email after
Anti-fracking campaigners say there will be protests against chemicals firm Ineos' takeover of Team Sky at this year's Tour de Yorkshire. Team Sky announced on Tuesday it will become Team Ineos from 1
Sheffield United Women forward Sophie Jones has been banned for five games after being found guilty of racially abusing Tottenham player Renee Hector. Hector claimed she "received some monkey noises" an