Former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has confirmed he had made secret preparations to hack into citizens' tax codes to create a parallel payment system...
Premature and underweight babies find it tougher to maintain relationships and their career in later life, research shows.
In a study of 100 Dutch euthanasia requests, 58 patients were found to be suffering from depression.
A social media complaint about skinny mannequins has gone viral, and the store it concerned is contrite.
House of Lords member John Sewel has requested leave after images surfaced of him allegedly using drugs with prostitutes.
Hundreds of mourners have turned out in Nottinghamshire to farewell 58-year-old John Stollery, who was shot dead in last month's massacre in Tunisia.
It appears to play a key role in psychological development, but imagination remains elusive ... until the bright spark app.
Sleep almost doubles the chances of remembering previously forgotten information, scientists found.
Some members of Greece's leftist government wanted to raid central bank reserves and hack taxpayer accounts to prepare a return to the drachma, according to...
The Duchess of Cambridge has revealed Prince George thinks he is three, despite celebrating his second birthday last week.
A senior member of Britain's House of Lords responsible for upholding standards is facing calls to quit after being caught up in a drugs and sex scandal.
Britain's Deputy Speaker of the House of Lords has been filmed allegedly snorting drugs with prostitutes.
Police opened fire on a car which drove through barriers set up for the final stage of the Tour de France in central Paris on, but said it appeared to be a minor...
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They are what some would describe as unique languages, hybrid languages such as Greeklish or Chinglish, and Australia has its own homegrown forms that some are...
One of southeast Queensland's most ethnically diverse areas has often been in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons.
The creator of a Facebook page that makes fun of Asian residents in the Brisbane suburb of Sunnybank says he is a Chinese migrant himself and his page is intended...