A unique handwritten Harry Potter story, bought at a charity auction for $32,000, has been stolen in a burglary, amid fears thieves will dispose of it without realising its worth.
The US has reportedly made a formal apology to Britain after the White House accused GCHQ of helping Barack Obama spy on Donald Trump in the White House.
It might look like a simple chess problem, but the puzzle could finally help scientists uncover what makes the human mind so unique, and why it may never be matched by a computer.
Research shows that many airlines have chosen to remove Israel from their route maps.
A workmen’s café in central France was overwhelmed with phone calls from gourmet diners wanting to book tables after it was awarded a Michelin star — by mistake, it later turned out.
Australia is planning to adopt a new contactless passenger identification system that would eliminate the need for passport scanners, paper landing cards and manned immigration desks.
Fillings could be consigned to history after scientists discovered that a drug already in Alzheimer's patients can encourage tooth regrowth and repair cavities.
If you're not first, you're the last.
“Salvation for the economics profession probably lies not among existing academic and policymaking dinosaurs, like me, but among the new generation of students of the discipline.”
Yes, he is planning to turn up to the awards ceremony in Stockholm. “Absolutely,” he says. “If it’s at all possible.”
Two enterprising Spanish nappers claim to have “taken siesta to the next level” by creating Napflix, a digital channel that streams the world’s most boring videos
Listeners who use the free version of its service have been directed to virus-riddled websites by terrible ads.
The 44-year-old is one of 50 people currently trialling a treatment which targets the disease even in its dormant state.
Every year at OSU, an organic chemistry class demonstrates "donating a proton" in a unique way. The professor throws a paper ball up into the lecture hall's upper balcony and challenges a student to make a far off shot into a recycling bin. The professor also offers the entire class an A+ on their first quiz if the student can make it. And that's how Vinny became a hero.
At least 120 people were killed in the 6.2 magnitude quake, which sent residents fleeing their homes and running into the streets. The mayor of Amatrice said "the town doesn't exist anymore."
Gabriella Taylor, 18, was forced to withdraw from the junior women's tournament midway through her quarter final match, after being struck down with a mystery illness. And police think she may have been poisoned.
"Stranger Things" shares its ability to make viewers travel through time with its title font, ITC Benguiat.
Police said officers were called on Wednesday night to reports of a man seen in possession of a knife injuring people at Russell Square. Up to six people were found injured at the scene.
After the spate of terrorism in France and Germany, Raffaello Pantucci, director of international security studies at the Royal United Services Institute, describes how the line between terrorists, who tend to be motivated by ideology, and mass murderers is “becoming harder to draw.”
Some eight families were hit as they tried to flee fighting in their area, in one of the single deadliest strikes on civilians by the alliance since the start of its operations in the war-torn country.