In the notoriously unreliable world of dating apps, everybody needs a bit of help. So here are the profile giveaways that say: run like hell
It is not just absolute numbers of people that have an impact on the planet but the rate at which they consume resources
Cited usages such as ‘rabid feminist’ to be reconsidered following Twitter storm
Why we are more likely to say something we regret in writing than we would face to face
Wearing safety equipment boosts appetite for danger, even in unrelated activities, a study has found
Owners told to throw rubber sticks, balls or Frisbees instead after report of a collie getting a 10cm stick stuck in its throat
A Bali ceremony is probably out – and so are Charlotte Church and Tony Blair. But there’s bound to be reams of paperwork to seal the deal
Known more as a symbol of global warming, the nutrient-rich plumes that trail melting giant icebergs are in fact sinking carbon deep into the ocean
This moving account of the single-child policy reveals its impact on China and the world
Discovery of four super-heavy chemical elements by scientists in Russia, America and Japan has been verified by experts and formally added to table
As Lidl trumpets its latest clothing bargain, we estimate just how the high street cost is made up – and who is paying a heavy price
The actor sneers at child sex abuse victims and says free speech is being stifled. But he is part of the 1% who enjoy a platform – it’s ordinary people who struggle to be heard
The moment we stumbled across Aya Sakai's instagram account documenting the gorgeous relationship between her son and their French Bulldog, we knew we had to share it with you.
May bits and bobs become as cool as this Velcro and felt situation.
We all have days like this ....
Madonna took raunch culture into the mainstream. But where does self-expression end and sleazy sexism begin? As Lady Gaga pulls her latest X-rated video, Zoe Williams takes a wrecking ball to pop culture's doublethink
We must get over the idea that genes determine – in all but a handful of cases, they simply create minuscule changes in the odds
According to new research, happiness peaks when couples have sex once a week but does not increase with greater frequency – and quality matters
Extravagant graduation dos take cues from the Kardashians – and the industry is said to be worth £80m in the UK – but not everyone is willing to splash out
Everyone seems to be talking about them; all the papers are full of the stories of these Olympians we've never heard of before. Is this just because it's going on in London? What’s happening?
Website accused of ‘profiting by bullying’ over billboards on London Underground that also feature people with different coloured eyes
Three vehicles used in Apollo missions based on original model, which was recovered in an Alabama backyard and is expected to sell for at least $120,000
When MP Jess Phillips signed an email to a constituent with kisses she was rebuked by a judge. It’s time we had some xxing etiquette