This weekend, the welfare minister said he would make £12 billion of cuts but wouldn't say how. It's not hard to work out that the axe will fall on young people.
Initial reports suggest at least a dozen people are injured, three of them critically.
Plane crashes are terrifying. As humans, they play to some sort of visceral fear inside of us—we aren't supposed to fly, so the thought of something going wrong up there is particularly unsettling.
The UK election is getting a little heated.
This morning a court ruling prolonged the ban on India's Daughter, a BBC documentary about rape in India. But the longer it lasts, the more people will talk about it.
They want it to house five million people, have a green space twice the size of Central Park, an amusement park four times the size of Disneyland, and an airport as big as Heathrow. Oh, and they'd like it to be finished in seven years, please.
Last week, we gave HBO viewers an inside look at the most cutting-edge cancer treatments in the world. Now we're sharing our special report with all you online.
How did it take so long for this to exist?
Sure, Nick from Shortland Street isn't going to Mars, but look on the bright side: Auckland is officially monkey-free.
The European debt crisis has led many Albanians to leave Greece and Italy and return home after living abroad for decades.
DARPA's researchers are hard at work creating biotechnology straight out of science fiction.
They demanded compensation for the recent destruction of their crops by wild boar and called Agriculture Minister Marek Sawicki a "pig" and a "moron."
The arsenal— a set of knuckle dusters and plastic parts believed to be four disassembled guns—was found with some pot, ammo, and a sawed-off .22-caliber rifle.
Part of the company's 2015 focus on increasing safety (especially women's), the app's panic button will notify police of any incident in a cab and allow riders to share their route and destination with up to five other individuals.
Photographer Jade Cantwell traveled through Syria, Lebanon, Israel, and Egypt in the months before the Arab Spring. Several years later, her photos are reminders of the lives behind the news reports.
A cautionary tale about throwing bits of your breakfast at someone in a position of power.
The Islamophobic organization's spokesman told VICE yesterday that he couldn't imagine spotting right-wing extremists at Monday's demonstration, so we spotted some for him.
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For the record, Malcolm Turnbull has noticed you staring longingly at him from across the room.
According to reports, the boy was rummaging in his mother's purse when he fumbled over a 9mm handgun. The gun discharged a shot into his father's ass, and the bullet ricocheted into the shoulder of his mother, who is eight months pregnant.
We asked four people living on the outskirts of society if they believe that Greece's new left-wing government can show them better days.
Typically, a sit-down with the president is an honor reserved for only the most senior and respected White House reporters. But at 5PM, President Obama will take questions from some unusual interviewers.
While that's great news for India, saying that a nation has the same class mobility as the US doesn't mean what it used to.
Half the people surveyed by the Japanese Family Planning Association said they hadn't gone to the bone zone in the past month. Some guys claimed that they didn't even masturbate anymore. What's going on?