The term used to celebrate the Clint Eastwoods and Chuck Norrises of the world. Now, it celebrates the Beyoncés and the Everdeens.

When do babies start making jokes?

Making a joke is actually a pretty complicated mental process. You'd be surprised at just how early babies start making those mental connections.
The average age of marriage in China is 26, with over 90 per cent of women married before age 30. But for the Millennial generation, the average marriage age is...
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Comment: Why I care about disability

As the world prepares to mark International Day of People with Disability on December 3, SBS Chief Political Correspondent Catherine McGrath shares a very...

Comment: How to Snore in Korean

Consider the dog. He exists the world over, in various forms and sizes, but his signature sound doesn’t translate all that well.
The "2 Beers and a Puppy" test is a great way to figure out how you feel about someone.
Retailers are experimenting with a bold new strategy for the commercial high holiday: boycotting themselves.

Why we eat together

Communal dining is a quintessential human experience.
The Tea Party—the hodgepodge of conservatives within the US Republican Party who favor lower taxes, lower national debt, and the notion that government power...
Do you like when Facebook surfaces photos and memories from your past?
Most of us occasionally fail to recognise people we know.
For the American consumer, more is no longer necessarily better, and the companies that failed to adjust quickly enough are paying the price.
Scientists have been warning us about antibiotic resistance for decades. What can we do about it?
A paper, published in the British Medical Journal, has found mothers and newborn babies are more likely to suffer complications on the weekend.

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Bill Gates has committed his fortune to moving the world beyond fossil fuels and mitigating climate change.
It's not your typical rehabilitation regime, but the Australia Defence Force has embraced a rehabilitation program using creative arts to bring ADF members out of...
EXCLUSIVE: A football fan fired from his job after his name was leaked to the media for a name and shame article about fans banned from A-League matches says he...
A street football program is helping some of Australia's newest residents find their way in Australian society.
How have temperatures changed in your city over the decades? Interactive charts document the mean monthly minimum and maximum temperatures for the last 70 years.
An Australian man styling himself as Phuc Dat Bich has revealed his name was a hoax that fooled media organisations around the world after being contacted by SBS.