Commentary: As Britain prepares to remember, Sajid Javid, the Culture Secretary, on why we should never forget Within the rich earth of St Symphorien Military Cemetery, there is indeed “a richer dust The
The National Federation of the Blind said last year that Apple has “done more for accessibility than any other company,” and with the help of a new app, iPhone and iPad owners can take things even further.
We tend to think of it as restaurant food, but ramen is absolutely something you can and should make at home. These thirteen ramen recipes will give you plenty of inspiration for crafting your own custom
It has been three-quarters of a century since President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066. The order, issued just over two months after Japan's surprise attack at Pearl Harbor, gave
As we face what has become an epidemic of anxiety disorders, we must confront the social conditions behind it It always hits me in the gut first. I often feel it first thing, my stomach twisted in a knot,
The 4am edition of The Daily Telegraph on Wednesday August 5 1914 may not have had news of war on its front page, but inside pages had plenty of news about the countdown to world war There was nothing
It shaped almost every aspect of the world in which we now live – the first act in a drama that lasted until the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 The final weekend of peace was sunny and warm. On Bank
From the Pizza Principle to the Waffle House Index, fast food can reveal surprising things about our behaviour and hidden changes in the market. What is an economist’s favourite food? Burgers, chips and
Do we men who have daughters behave differently from men who do not have daughters? While we might all agree that parents can shape and influence their children’s behaviors, there is research that shows
Where word salad is really made. The map of where and how the brain processes speech has been modified again. Researchers from Northwestern University just published a paper in the journal Brain wherein
It's been a hard week in Peoria. William Ryan Owens, the Navy Seal who was killed in a raid in Yemen, was from Peoria, Ill. Defense Secretary James Mattis said, "He gave his full measure for our nation."