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Toxic Caterpillars Invading Parts of London, Officials Warn

Toxic Caterpillars Invading Parts of London, Officials Warn

A nest of caterpillars of the oak processionary moth, in Hamburg, Germany, in 2014. Their bristles have a toxin that can cause skin irritations, allergies and asthma attacks in humans.
Children affected by drink and drugs find respite at centre they built themselves

Children affected by drink and drugs find respite at centre they built themselves

Teenagers and children facing substance abuse and mental health problems have taken matters into their own hands.
Step inside the home of LG’s new audio partner in crime, Meridian Audio

Step inside the home of LG’s new audio partner in crime, Meridian Audio

LG has landed a new blow in the battle for audio supremacy, adding hi-fi features to its latest lineup thanks in no small part to its new partner, Meridian Audio. We went behind the scenes with the
TROUBLE & STRIFE. Pip Davidson’s ‘Eris Speedcub’ Honda C90 Shoestring Racer

TROUBLE & STRIFE. Pip Davidson’s ‘Eris Speedcub’ Honda C90 Shoestring Racer

Pip Davidson. As a man of few words, a self-confessed budget-build-a-holic, lover of small nitrous engines and the colour cream, you can imagine that his bike builds aren't like most others. Not even
Britain’s Wedding-Mad Tabloids Feel a Cold Royal Shoulder

Britain’s Wedding-Mad Tabloids Feel a Cold Royal Shoulder

The wedding of Prince Harry to the American actress Meghan Markle will be the highlight of the year for much of the British news media, but reporters are being largely excluded from the ceremony.
Britain’s Wedding-Mad Tabloids Feel a Cold Royal Shoulder

Britain’s Wedding-Mad Tabloids Feel a Cold Royal Shoulder

The wedding of Prince Harry to the American actress Meghan Markle will be the highlight of the year for much of the British news media, but reporters are being largely excluded from the ceremony.
Cricket: Can England and South Africa finally end World Cup jinx in 2019?

Cricket: Can England and South Africa finally end World Cup jinx in 2019?

By Norm Da Costa South Africa and England have one thing in common when it comes to the World Cup. They each arrive at the tournament as hot favourites to land the sport’s biggest prize, but on each
Mo Salah, Breaking Down Cultural Barriers, One Goal at a Time

Mo Salah, Breaking Down Cultural Barriers, One Goal at a Time

Liverpool’s Egyptian star Mohamed Salah has scored 43 goals in 48 games this season, carrying his team to the cusp of its first Champions League final in more than a decade.
Mo Salah of Liverpool Breaks Down Cultural Barriers, One Goal at a Time

Mo Salah of Liverpool Breaks Down Cultural Barriers, One Goal at a Time

Liverpool’s Egyptian star, Mohamed Salah, has scored 43 goals in 49 games this season, carrying his team to its first Champions League final in more than a decade.
Mo Salah of Liverpool Breaks Down Cultural Barriers, One Goal at a Time

Mo Salah of Liverpool Breaks Down Cultural Barriers, One Goal at a Time

Liverpool’s Egyptian star, Mohamed Salah, has scored 43 goals in 49 games this season, carrying his team to its first Champions League final in more than a decade.

Shakespeare’s Close Call with Tyranny

Stephen Greenblatt writes about how William Shakespeare confronted the politics of Elizabethan England from an oblique angle in his work, prioritizing thematic displacement—but for one potentially
Meghan Markle’s Mother Gets Formal Role in Royal Wedding

Meghan Markle’s Mother Gets Formal Role in Royal Wedding

In a (modest) departure from convention, Meghan Markle will be accompanied to St. George’s Chapel by her mother, Doria Ragland, for her wedding to Prince Harry. Her father will walk her down the
North Korea Predicted The Future? The Coming Vaping Wave 5.4.18

North Korea Predicted The Future? The Coming Vaping Wave 5.4.18

In episode 141, Jack & Miles are joined by comedian Eric Lampaert to discuss Big Vape and tobacco companies, the current White House administration being a complete mess (Trump undercutting
Meghan Markle’s Mother Gets Formal Role in Royal Wedding

Meghan Markle’s Mother Gets Formal Role in Royal Wedding

In a (modest) departure from convention, Meghan Markle will be accompanied to St. George’s Chapel by her mother, Doria Ragland, for her wedding to Prince Harry. Her father will walk her down the

Burial Plots: Robert Aickman’s Eerily Ordinary Stories

Anwen Crawford writes on the short stories of Robert Aickman, in a new release by NYRB Classics, “Compulsory Games.”
City Kitchen: Bread Pudding Sheds Its Sweet Image

City Kitchen: Bread Pudding Sheds Its Sweet Image

Not all puddings are sweet, and a savory bread pudding can make a fine lunch or light supper.
When 2 + 2 Might Equal 5

When 2 + 2 Might Equal 5

Since a 2014 European court established the “right to be forgotten,” Google has received over 2.4 million requests for deletion of information.
Meet the 4 Superfans Who Go Crazy for Eurovision

Meet the 4 Superfans Who Go Crazy for Eurovision

Dedicated followers of the Eurovision Song Contest, clockwise from top left: Frank Lochthove in Berlin; Maria Bresic in Sydney, Australia; Ricardo Mohammed in New York; and James Sheen, a Briton who
In terms of lives lost, police violence ranks high on the list of US public health issues

In terms of lives lost, police violence ranks high on the list of US public health issues

Police violence should be considered a public health issue, according to a new study. The research, published in the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health,…
Hey England fans, everything'll be fine in Russia. Probably | John Crace

Hey England fans, everything'll be fine in Russia. Probably | John Crace

Supporters’ chief tells MPs he can’t promise all will be OK. But can’t everyone just chill a bit?How things change. Time was when the name “England football supporter” meant something. Someone who