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It's a relatively new invention—is it time to shave another day off?
We need to start thinking about an acceptable – and perhaps more importantly, workable – legal framework to cover the resort to and conduct of cyber-warfare.
While employers may like (and in some instances actively encourage) workaholism, in the long run it is not good for business and can lead to significant health...
Tim Blair's take on Lakemba disappointed me, but it was the vitriolic and irrational comments it elicited that disturbed me the most, writes Robert Furolo.
European governments pay millions of dollars in ransoms to free their hostages. The White House needs to decide whether it’s willing to sacrifice principle for...
The eyes are a window to the ego.
The cacophony of voices in the surrogacy debate is silenced only with recognition that the individual without choices and with rights is the child.
Why do we find symmetrical faces more attractive? New research says symmetry isn't an indicator of better genes.
If you want this job, help me find applicants as good as you.
Shampoo may be on its way out.

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People who know and trust their neighbors are less likely to have heart attacks. New research builds on the understated health benefits of a sense of belonging...
Noel Pearson is seen by many as Australia’s most influential Indigenous leader. As well as being chairman of the Cape York Group, he is an outspoken commentator...
The idea that entertainment has an effect on our politics might seem ludicrous to some.
The evidence is there to be found, and once all of it is available, it will provide a compelling case against whoever fired upon and brought down flight MH17.
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Jailed Australian journalist Peter Greste has filed an appeal against his conviction in Egypt, having been jailed for alleged ties with Islamists.
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European governments pay millions of dollars in ransoms to free their hostages. The White House needs to decide whether it’s willing to sacrifice principle for...