U.S. President Barack Obama hailed Nelson Mandela as a “giant of justice” on Tuesday but said too many leaders in the world claimed solidarity with his struggle for freedom “but do not tolerate dissent from their own people”.
Researchers cast doubt on the prevailing wisdom that vitamin D supplements can prevent conditions like cancer, diabetes and heart disease, saying on Friday low vitamin D may be a consequence, not a ca
Christie’s will hold its debut art auction in India later in December, hot on the heels of its first major sale in China, as it seeks to tap into Asian buyers’growing importance in the global art mark
Rebekah Brooks, the former head of Rupert Murdoch’s British newspaper business, authorised an illegal £4,000 payment for a picture of Prince William dressed as a “James Bond girl” and wearing a bikini
Unwanted infant girls in the sterile, sparsely furnished nursery rooms of the Life Line Trust orphanage in Tamil Nadu are considered the lucky ones.
Million-aire art dealer Charles Saatchi told a British court on Friday he had no proof that his celebrity ex-wife, TV chef Nigella Lawson, ever took drugs.
Three unpublished stories from reclusive US author J.D.
Mark Webber drove out of Formula One with the wind in his hair, a smile on his face and Red Bull overalls soaked in champagne after one final podium celebration at the season-ending Brazilian Grand Pr
Disputes over when rich and poor nations will set greenhouse gas targets and over climate aid to the developing world threatened to sink United Nations climate talks on the final day here Friday.
Mining in space is moving from science fiction to commercial reality but metals magnates on this planet need not fear a mountain of extraterrestrial supply — the aim is to fuel human voyages deeper in