A magical encounter in the sea off Hawaii changed Susan Casey’s life and set her on a quest to discover more about one of the most loved marine mammals
The TV property guru on her technophobe co-presenter Phil Spencer, her love of Apple and why she likes to ‘microwave’ her hair curlers
Nobody is really expecting women in Clapham to venture out only in groups, armed with rape alarms and baseball bats. But advice not to walk alone and to be on guard could be doing more harm than good
Voluntary rate set by Living Wage Foundation increases by 40p to £8.25 an hour outside London and by 25p to £9.40 an hour in the capital
Having only one child is something many people frown upon, but the reasons for this are unscientific and unfounded.
English heritage calls on revellers to re-embrace the original Irish jack-o’-lantern after heavy rain reduces pumpkin supply
Former Spice Girl in discussion with Department for Education about opening up institution specialising in business and the arts
Scientists have long looked for physical markers of our inner lives. Now it turns out that the length of your fingers reveals much about you. Take this test to find out
One of 10 remaining copies of 1631’s Sinners Bible, with its infamous typo imploring readers to commit adultery, is to be auctioned next month
The proportion of women in Europe who carry financial responsibility for their family has dramatically increased in past 20 years, according to research
Confused.com brings us a collection of funny and/or unusual insurance claims from around the world. Really, who are these people?
It's hard to believe these historic photos could look any other way.
Alex Bellos and Edmund Harriss’s Snowflake, Seashell, Star promises to be ‘both a field guide and a therapeutic exercise book’
Today marks seven months since I had to get up and go to work. How time flies!
Friday night, Facebook shook under the swear words coming from a particular American friend's keyboard. It started innocently enough. "Ooof England." Then it escalated to "Holy Shit England". Finally, it was "STOP LONDON. JUST STOP" (thereby proving that strong statements need not include f-bombs).
Annual list reveals world's top searches, with twerking, yolo, Zumba and Kim Kardashian leading the way in the UK
If you’re happy working every hour God sends, good for you. If not, here’s some advice on how to give your wellbeing a boost along with your career
There are business advantages to employing over 50s, including higher motivation and emotional stability
In the Eurozone, the parlous state of sovereign finances has been well reported. In the US, Apple have more cash on hand than the federal government. And in the UK, the new school year has started, with 'free schools' run by local people, who can set their own curriculum, the level of teachers of wages, etc.
Humans are better than computers at spotting differences so subtle they can’t be described
Using videos and a Tinder-style app, researchers have determined that people who stretched themselves out were rated more attractive by potential partners
Research led by Oxford Martin School finds widespread adoption of vegetarian diet would cut food-related emissions by 63% and make people healthier too
Why a laser-like focus on something can actually inhibit creativity