The bloody conclusion to the first season leaves us with a wide-open world and a whole lot of questions.
Dame Louise Casey's review this week suggested ethnic or religious groups have become increasingly divided from the general population – so we went to Birmingham to speak to some of the people her report is about.
They say they're the party of strivers, but figures released today show the majority of people living in poverty in Britain are actually in work.
We hung out with the 'Jackass' star midway through his UK tour.
These beta rape-deniers might seem like they're the minority, but if 2016 has taught us anything it's that the previously ignored are beginning to wield the most power.
The World Health Organisation's has classified processed meats as possible carcinogens.
One person even attempted to snatch a baby from the mother during a christening, SVT reports.
Just because an artist refuses to fit into the prescribed notions of what a British act sounds like, doesn't mean our award systems should ignore her.
The rise in popularity of Beats 1 and independent stations like Rinse, NTS, and Radar shows just how much we still prefer a human touch over algorithm-curated playlists.
Renato Rinino was a child prodigy when it came to stealing and later made his name as a sort of Italian Robin Hood – a criminal with a heart of gold.
Reformers and experts point to the makeup of the jury and a history of police escaping accountability in America.
If you're not splitting rent with someone else, you might need to worry about choking, falling, or becoming weird.
People who self-identify as sapiosexuals, or those who say intelligence is the most important sexual trait, are having a moment. Critics of the movement say it's at best pretentious and at worst discriminatory.
And how the explosion of the genre means nearly every actress is now included, regardless of age.
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We spoke with the Frank and Lola star about the fiery incident and being taken seriously by Philip Seymour Hoffman.
While Moana shows the sacrifice of one leader, Standing Rock reminds us of the power of collective organizing.
Despite incredibly harsh conditions and a request from a Sioux leader that non-Sioux campers leave, many are staying put.
Dec 7, 2016
Every fall since 1995, Walt Disney World has been home to the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival.
When John Doran was hit by a car recently, his crash helmet shattered, he was knocked spark out and he ended up with a concussion so severe that he temporarily forgot who he was.
"When microdosing, I'm 100 percent Wolf of Wall Street."
While kratom is still legal in Canada, the person I bought it from said it's "not for human consumption." I tried it anyway.
Italy's nationalist and populist parties campaigned against constitutional reform in last weekend's referendum. Eighty percent of young Italians voted against the reform plans, too.
P.S. Just because you might have got it for free, doesn't mean everybody can.