Emmanuel Macron's Fight to Bring Centrism Back
Macron looks likely to beat far-right Marine Le Pen to the presidency—but even if he does, he faces a battle ahead.
Paris's Editathon is Fighting Wikipedia's Gender Gap
Artists and performers will join the public to edit, translate and create pages about women for the online encyclopedia.
Male Model Provokes Anger With Ebola Comment
James Charles expressed fear about "getting Ebola" on a trip to "Africa."
Rodrigo Duterte Orders Free Contraceptives for Millions
The move is likely to face fierce resistance from pro-life religious groups.
Why in Japan, 75 Is No Longer 'Elderly'
Japan's ageing population has seen scientists want to redefine when somebody is old.
New U.K. Statues to Commemorate Significant Women
The majority of Britain's statues commemorate men, so three new monuments to women is significant.
Top Six Christmas Mis-Hits
Get the formula right and Christmas songs are the copyright that keepS giving, but it's not that easy...
Hope Not Hate Threatens to Sue Nigel Farage for Libel
Hope Not Hate proposed legal proceedings over comments the former UKIP leader made in a radio interview.
The 21 Best Movies of 2016
All the movies that made 2016 slightly less terrible.
Five Ways to Help the Syrian People Today
The Syrian War is not over and there is still time to help.
The Winter Holidays Are Here
The festive season has well and truly arrived, and end-of-year celebrations are taking place all over the planet.
'Jane Eyre' Manuscript Published for the First Time
The limited edition of "Jane Eyre" reveals just how much of a perfectionist Charlotte Brontë was.
India National Anthem Ruled Mandatory in Cinema Halls
Flags will be displayed and everyone present in the hall will have to stand while the anthem is played.
Welcome to Winter: Beautiful Scenes Around the World
In the northern hemisphere, winter is sweeping in—let nature take your mind off the rest of 2016.
How Laurel and Hardy Inspired 'Divines'
"Divines" tells a coming-of-age tale of two teenage friends.
Leonard Cohen's 20 Best Songs
Leonard Cohen's songs captured longing, loss, lust and so much more.
Paris Remains Defiant One Year After ISIS Attacks
The French capital pays tribute to the 130 victims even as the state of emergency remains in place across the country.
European Union Leaders React to Trump's Victory
Far-right parties were quick to capitalize on Trump's victory.
National Geographic 'Afghan Girl' Arrested in Pakistan
Her arrest for having false ID draws attention to the millions of Afghan refugees living precariously across the border.
Cod May Have 'Their Own Regional Accents and Dialects'
Climate change and noise pollution could silence cod and haddock chatter.