Changes in taxation, America's position on the global stage, politics and the impact of baby boomers are just a few ways that will shape the U.S.
We're quick to blame sugar for our children's hyperactivity and our own energy crashes after eating something sweet – but scientific evidence points to a more complex explanation
Women may have won three-quarters of the UK medals in the Sochi Winter Olympics but there's more to do to challange gender stereotypes, says Sue Tibballs.
Branson says SpaceShipTwo will enter service this year – with him and his children aboard – despite unproven technology
Journal article's warning that packaging is significant source of chemical food contamination is roundly rejected
The BBC decision to no longer make all-male panel shows has resurrected the old ‘women aren’t funny’ cliché. Why is this and where did it come from in the first place?
Industry experts have offered their analysis of what might be behind each of these top 5 most common dreams ....
Lego boy toys have all the fun, pointed out an exasperated seven-year-old in a letter to the company this week. Isn't it time manufacturers acted on children's growing displeasure at gender-stereotyped toys?
Most of us wish we could do without insurance. But then it's a relief: a car crash, stolen property, a flooded basement, a diminished bottom. Wait. What?
Most qualities we think of as particularly 'human' can be seen elsewhere in the animal kingdom, thanks to evolution
We shouldn’t make everyone come in at 9am just because it suits the boss’s sleeping patterns. It’s time to stagger starting times and let 30-somethings come in later, says one leading sleep scientist
Dust from 1100 homes was surveyed to learn more about microbes that might exacerbate breathing problems and allergies ... or even have health benefits
Difference between the sexes in UK managers’ pay equates to nearly two hours of unpaid work a day by women