If you think your privacy is at risk when it comes to social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter, they're nothing compared to the "people search engines." We're talking WhitePages, MyLife.com, BeenVerified
Yes, the Miss Universe pageant has its share of detractors. There is, for example, that swimsuit competition. But then there is this year's winner to consider: Zozibini Tunzi of South Africa. When Tunzi
“What are you getting Carrie for Christmas?” Boris Johnson was asked by BBC Radio West Midlands. And the prime minister replied: “I’m going to get Brexit done.” Wow. I feel like I know how this fairytale
In the first fortnight of the election campaign, the Tories broke the record for the most money raised in a British election. The Electoral Commission’s latest data on donations shows the Conservatives
Why do we stop dancing when we grow up? Why do we disconnect and alienate ourselves from the body? It is surprising to me that dance/movement therapy (DMT) is not more popular within the fields of psychology
There are a few reasons cervical cancer is known as a silent killer among women. For one, the disease doesn't present any symptoms until it is at a later stage. This makes the illness tricky to catch and
A Uighur woman living in the Netherlands has gone public about helping to leak secret Chinese government documents regarding human rights abuses in China’s Xinjiang province because of fears for her safety.
Its main industry is in freefall. Its political system is descending into chaos. The banking system is in crisis, and consumer demand is stuck in the doldrums. Which country? It is, of course, Germany.
Last week, for the first time in its 106-year history, the New Statesman, the left-leaning political magazine, announced that it would not endorse the Labour Party. It cited the evidence of the Chief Ephraim
The UK Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn has dismissed as “belated conspiracy theories” claims that his party has benefited from a classified UK-US trade document that was leaked online. Social media Reddit
In 2019, 10% of Australian water was owned by foreign interests, with the United States and China the biggest of those foreign owners. I’m starting to think that after living on a farm for 25 years, I
For decades Victoria Falls, where southern Africa's Zambezi river cascade down 100 metres into a gash in the earth, have drawn millions of holidaymakers to Zimbabwe and Zambia for their stunning views.
Have you dreamed of researching your family tree before taking a trip to the old sod? You’d best get a move on. The Trump administration wants to make it much more expensive to track down certain official
If you've ever wondered whether pilates is good for weight loss then you've most likely experienced a challenging class and really felt the burn that comes with those teeny-tiny movements that are actually
The Android tablet market isn’t exactly a hotbed of excitement and activity, which makes it all the more impressive that Samsung continues to iterate its own tablet lineup in smart, meaningful ways that
The threat of a polar bear attack has become a reality for the huge Canadian police and military contingent searching for the teenage duo suspected of shooting dead a tourist couple and a university botanist.
Nobody understands leg strength quite like dancers do. Whether you're Misty Copeland, Beyoncé, or some level in between, having strong and powerful legs is key to pulling off many of the movements we on
Women living with crippling pain experience average eight- to nine-year diagnostic delay After allocating $4.7m in 2018 towards a national action plan to tackle endometriosis, the health minister on Tuesday
Apple Watch worn by Saudi journalist may have transmitted evidence of his death, Turkish paper reports
Istanbul (CNN) — Missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi may have recorded his own death, a Turkish newspaper reported Saturday morning. Khashoggi turned on the recording function of his Apple Watch walking
Intimate Portraits of Boa Morte, Where the 'Sisterhood of the Good Death' Honors Afro-Brazilian Ancestors
Last month, in the small, historical city of Cachoeira, in northeastern Brazil, 23 Black women known as the Irmandade da Boa Morte, or the Sisterhood of the Good Death, congregated to celebrate the last
Security researchers found vulnerabilities at AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint that could have exposed customer data
It hasn’t been a good week for telecommunications companies: security researchers have uncovered security flaws with systems at AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile that could have left customer data accessible