A New Shania Twain Interview Raises Questions About Nuance Online
Twain told The Guardian about both her experience of childhood sexual abuse and her views on Trump – though only one of those topics made the headlines.
Did Food Industry Lobbying Force the EU to Drop Regulation of This Cancer-Linked Chemical?
A proposed law to regulate the use of acrylamide—a potentially carcinogenic chemical found in fried, starchy foods—has been watered down following objections from industry bodies, leaked documents suggest.
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It's Not Your Imagination: Millennials Are Poorer Than Their Parents, Investigation Finds
Thanks to decades of stagnation, young people in seven Western countries have seen their incomes fall relative to older people, reports the "Guardian."
Examining the Two Men Who Perfectly Represent London's Great Cultural Divide
Jay Rayner and J Hus tell us all we need to know about the changing face of the capital.
Trying to Make Sense of the Negative Comments Blur's Graham Coxon Made in an Interview with The Guardian
Yesterday the Guardian published an interview with the band and by all accounts, it’s an interesting read.
I Spent a Fearful and Lonely Night on the 'Immigration Train'
The story of a migrant's journey from the floors of Milan Central Station to the streets of Paris.
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What We Can Learn About Prince Charles from His Letters to Politicians
There's a lot more to the Prince of Wales than a love of old buildings and Patagonian fish.
Chicago Is Finally Ready to Give Reparations to Police Torture Survivors
Decades of brutality forced city officials' hands, but recent investigations suggest abuses by Chicago cops are far from over.
Why Are Indigenous Australian Kids Doing Time in Adult Prisons?
A Freedom of Information Report revealed that in Western Australia, children as young as 12 are being held in adult prison cells.
Talking to the Creator of a Printer That Makes Self-Destructing Documents
A new project paid for by a grant from the Mexican government is getting people talking about privacy, secrets, and what we need to know.
The UK's 'Property Guardians' Live in a World of Constant Anxiety
It's like squatting, but you have to pay.
Britain's Best Journalist Hates People Who Abuse Power
Talking to Nick Davies about Hackgate, dodgy politicians and getting other journalists arrested.
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