Enthusiastic fundraisers have raised more than 26m in Dogecoin, a joke alternative currency, which could help propel the Jamaican bobsleigh team to the 2014 Winter Olympics
Time to make yourself happy - the scientific way!
Revelations that the Clintons keep a spreadsheet updated with everyone who has ever wronged them led us to ask writers and politicians whether they hold a grudge with the same conviction – and impressive organisational skills
Chef Mark Sargeant says that the recession has forced restaurants to abandon pretention and flummery in favour of getting the basics right. And that can only be a good thing
Ariel Sharon, the controversial self-styled "warrior" who dominated Israel's military and political landscape for decades, has died eight years after a massive stroke left him in a vegetative state.
Video games are great fun but why try to categorise them as art or non-art? It's like asking if Jane Austen qualifies as sport
Actor reportedly takes 'method' too far in second world war tank movie, alienating the likes of Brad Pitt and Jason Isaacs
Want to do beach yoga like Gisele Bündchen? Or eat like Gwyneth Paltrow? Celebrities are stuffing their lifestyles down our throats
2013 was the year that 800,000 people were lifted out of fuel poverty – by a change in the definition.
Forget twerking, selfies and taking selfies when you're twerking. Not everything we said this year was completely trivial.
George moves up three places, perhaps due to the royal baby, with Poppy, Lily and Isla all growing in popularity as names for girls
Three-bed property near Covent Garden bought for £130,000 in 1990 realises return on investment of more than 800% for owners
Put an end to those awkward office phone calls in 10 simple steps!