Newly found wreckage, the first breakthrough in the search for MH370, might not be such a breakthrough after all.
Prosecutors have revealed that Andreas Lubitz, the co-pilot of Germanwings flight 4U9525, which crashed last week killing 150 people, had past treatment for suicidal tendencies.
This weekend, two guys convicted of murdering gay men got married in a high-security Yorkshire prison.
Most of the victims' bodies have yet to be recovered, but the main section of the plane that crashed into the sea on December 28 has now been located.
Indonesian investigators also suggested the plane may have exploded directly before impact, though another official from the country suggested that was mere speculation.
This weekend, some darts fans got bored and started throwing chairs at players, and the 'Charlie Hebdo' rally in Paris was full of world leaders being hypocrites.
Amsterdam's relaxed approach to drug enforcement shows how harm reduction policies can work.
Nottingham's DiY collective had a vision for a new society.
If you try hard enough, you can imagine a time when news was something people pondered, something they took their time with. Where we are now is the polar opposite of that.
As you probably won’t recall, I recently posted a piece that examined the Klout scores of dead celebrities. A few hours later, I got a tweet from the site’s creator, Joe Fernandez: Joe Fernandez@JoeFernandez @danstuckey Only thing I am sad about...