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The quality of our political debate is giving ignoramuses everywhere a bad name.
5 years on from her stunning fall from grace, Rebekah Brooks is back at the helm of Rupert Murdoch's UK newspapers. What is he thinking?
I travelled to every country on earth. In some cases, the adventure started before I could get there.
Two Ukrainian children have been paralyzed by polio, in the first recorded outbreak of the virus in Europe since 2010.
The systematic exploitation and non-compliance with legal obligations highlighted by this week’s Four Corners program is not typical across all franchises.
The harrowing picture of a man carrying the corpse of a drowned boy on Bodrum beach published by numerous news organisations could be the defining image of a...
Every wave of immigration creates fear and resentment, but ultimately the migrants form a new version of the country they came to, Robert Young Pelton writes.
Why do procrastinators procrastinate? Tim Urban shares his thoughts.
Beijing is marking 70 years since the end of World War II today with a parade showing off its massive military might.
Why has Donald Trump's outrageous behaviour made him a likely presidential candidate?
When we talk about female equality in sport it is often based in male terms. Why?
The names Kos, Lampedusa, Hegyeshalom may go down in histories of Europe's 2015 refugee crisis yet it is an obscure village in Luxembourg, far from the human...
There are more than three trillion trees worldwide, but that’s only half as many as were around at the start of human civilisation, according to new research.
With very few exceptions in Australia’s history, annual suicide rates have always peaked in older males. So why haven't we done something about it?
Many people use drugs, but not everyone becomes addicted. Why?
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Beijing is marking 70 years since the end of World War II today with a parade showing off its massive military might.
The UN High Commission for Refugees estimates that 300,000 people have crossed the Mediterranean into Europe this year and 2,500 people have lost their lives in...
A group of Muslim schoolgirls is encouraging others to take up sport as a way of bringing the community together and breaking down social stigmas.
With a little more than a year left in office, Barack Obama may be closing in on his post-presidency plans.
Every wave of immigration creates fear and resentment, but ultimately the migrants form a new version of the country they came to, Robert Young Pelton writes.
New Zealand has released its final list of four flag designs to be voted on in a public referendum in November.
Australian families who lose loved ones to drug overdose are dealing with their grief alone because of a damaging and persistent stigma.