It includes projects for students and lesson ideas for teachers. In March, Apple unveiled its Everyone Can Create curriculum, a program aimed at helping educators integrate drawing, music, video and photo
He’s grandiose, deceitful and paranoid—but don’t let him drive you crazy. Why is President Donald Trump behaving in ways that seem ever more irrational, impulsive, self-destructive, dangerous and cruel?
(CNN) — If you blinked, you might have missed it. At a speech in Kansas City to the VFW annual convention on Tuesday, President Donald Trump -- amid one of his trademark anti-media rants -- said this mine):
THE CURSE OF TINA Adam Curtis Tagged with: Back stories Comments The guiding idea at the heart of today's political system is freedom of choice. The belief that if you apply the ideals of the free market
(CNN) — US President Donald Trump swept through Europe like a hurricane. He asked why his country was obliged to defend its allies, carped about "unfair" trade practices, blasted the UK and Germany as
His meeting with Vladimir Putin revealed the US leader to be a one-man threat to global peace and security The contrast presented by Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin at their Helsinki press conference striking.
Researchers analysed over 1700 novels to reveal six story types – but can they be applied to our most-loved tales? Miriam Quick takes a look. “My prettiest contribution to the culture” was how the novelist
From ‘spygate’ to ‘fake news’, Trump is using language to frame – and win – debates. And the press operate like his marketing agency Donald Trump has been a salesman for nearly half a century. He is now
With Trump’s latest move in the Middle East, the world needs accurate information. But distrust in the media runs deeper than ever. We cannot yet know what chaos Donald Trump’s decision on the nuclear
The firm closed its doors last week. But the writer who led the investigation into it says this is far from the end of the story This weekend marks a peculiar anniversary for the Observer. One year ago
After decades of globalisation, our political system has become obsolete – and spasms of resurgent nationalism are a sign of its irreversible decline. By Rana Dasgupta What is happening to national politics?
Ready Player One takes gaming culture and represents it as male-dominated, elitist and not dissimilar to the ‘alt-right’ Steven Spielberg’s new blockbuster, Ready Player One, is the most significant Hollywood
Trump is angrier and more self-absorbed than when I first knew him. We must not let his culture of fear stop us speaking out • Tony Schwartz wrote The Art of the Deal with Donald Trump in 1987 “I alone
An examination of the internet age suggests that we should cultivate the heresies of secrets and silence During a commercial break in the 1984 Super Bowl, Apple broadcast an ad directed by Ridley Scott.
Byron Katie was deeply depressed when a radical change left her joyful. She now uses her secret to help others – whether brutalised by war or merely stressed For a long time, Byron Katie’s children thought
From Trump’s tweets to EU uncertainty and the threat of nuclear war, the stress-inducing headlines keep coming. Therapists share tips on how to cope In the immediate aftermath of the EU referendum and
Exclusive: Lawson’s claim that global temperatures are not rising went unchallenged, breaching guidelines on accuracy and impartiality The BBC has apologised for an interview with the climate change denier
Master of mindfulness, Jon Kabat-Zinn: ‘People are losing their minds. That is what we need to wake up to’
By taking the Buddhism out of the practice, Kabat-Zinn pioneered a meditative approach used all over the world to treat pain and depression. He talks about Trump, ‘McMindfulness’ and how a 10-second vision
Google, Twitter and Facebook workers who helped make technology so addictive are disconnecting themselves from the internet. Paul Lewis reports on the Silicon Valley refuseniks alarmed by a race for human
Reflections on two seasons of loss. A couple of years ago, I spent the summer in Portland, Oregon, losing things. I normally live on the East Coast, but that year, unable to face another sweltering August,
After a crisis, private contractors move in and suck up funding for work done badly, if at all – then those billions get cut from government budgets. Like Grenfell Tower, Hurricane Katrina revealed a for