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THE FATHER WHO GAVE BIRTH: TRANS MAN'S STORY...

theguardian.com     2+ week ago

Watch the trailer for Seahorse, a new feature-length documentary produced in association with the Guardian, about one trans man's pioneering quest to start his own family. The is the story of the dad...

Housework keeps brain young...

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WEEKEND: COMEDIAN POISED FOR UKRAINE PRESIDENCY...

theguardian.com     1+ day ago

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FACEBOOK uploaded email contacts of 1.5 million users without consent...

theguardian.com     1+ day ago

Facebook has admitted to "unintentionally" uploading the address books of 1.5 million users without consent, and says it will delete the collected data and notify those affected. The discovery follow...

ACCUSED OF POACHING 'MADAME X' PERSONA...

theguardian.com     4+ day ago

Mon 15 Apr 2019 16.33 EDT Last modified on Mon 15 Apr 2019 16.35 EDT Madonna announced the name of her new album today - along with a new alter-ego: both are called Madame X. In a minute-long video t...

Baby T Rex for sale on EBAY sparks paleontologist outcry...

theguardian.com     3+ day ago

It could be yours for just $2.95m but the sale has drawn criticism from the scientific community Tue 16 Apr 2019 16.00 EDT Last modified on Tue 16 Apr 2019 16.01 EDT A Tyrannosaurus rex. The fossil ...

Nashville booming; No longer simply country music capital...

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Got a minute? Global attention span narrowing...

theguardian.com     3+ day ago

Research combed from everything from movie tickets to social media finds more to focus on but less time to do so It's just as you suspected; the information age has changed the general attention span...

Pioneering golden eagle found poisoned in Yellowstone...

theguardian.com     3+ day ago

As bird is found with large amounts of lead in its body, a biologist asks `Is Yellowstone as protected as we once thought?' Wildlife biologist David Haines holds the first-ever tagged golden eagle in...

FLASHBACK 2016: ISIS behind failed Notre Dame attack...

theguardian.com     4+ day ago

Police say another operation was planned by group, one of whom had been engaged to two men who carried out deadly attacks A cell of radicalised French women guided by Islamic State commanders in Syri...

Raves, robots, writhing bodies: How electronic music rewired world...

theguardian.com     4+ day ago

It started with white-coated boffins; now its figureheads wear masks and play Vegas. A new exhibition tells the story of electronic dance music, from old synths to a statue of Brian Eno In the Philha...

Charges direct assault on press freedom, experts warn...

theguardian.com     1+ week ago

The charge sheet accusing Julian Assange of engaging in criminal theft of US state secrets contains a direct assault on fundamental press freedoms and could have a devastating effect on the basic acts...

Emergency panel meets as Ebola outbreak gathers pace...

theguardian.com     1+ week ago

Faltering national response to epidemic prompts experts to consider official announcement of public health crisis Red Cross workers carry the coffin of an Ebola victim to be buried in the eastern tow...

Millions of Chinese youth sent to villages in 'Cultural Revolution' echo...

theguardian.com     1+ week ago

Communist Youth League students to `spread civilisation' in countryside and `promote technology' Cyclists pass by the flag of China's Communist Youth League in Beijing. Up to 10 million members are e...

Millions of Chinese youth sent to villages in echo of Mao 'Cultural Revolution'...

theguardian.com     1+ week ago

Communist Youth League students to `spread civilisation' in countryside and `promote technology' Cyclists pass by the flag of China's Communist Youth League in Beijing. Up to 10 million members are e...

HOW ECUADOR LOST PATIENCE...

theguardian.com     1+ week ago

From his alleged interference in other countries' affairs to accusing his hosts of spying, the WikiLeaks founder finally has to face life outside When Julian Assange, disguised as a motorcycle courie...

Fukushima disaster: First residents return to town...

theguardian.com     1+ week ago

Parts of Okuma are open for business once again, but only a few hundred former residents have moved home Wed 10 Apr 2019 00.54 EDT Last modified on Wed 10 Apr 2019 00.58 EDT An aerial view of Fukush...

UK PM May says final choice between leaving EU with deal or no Brexit at all...

theguardian.com     1+ week ago

Prime minister says Brexit could `slip through our fingers' as Tory party fears that taking part in EU election would boost far right Theresa May is facing growing pressure from Tory backbenchers ove...

Why baseball spent more than $1bn on three players in month...

theguardian.com     1+ week ago

Three of the richest contracts in sports history would appear to bust the baseball-is-dying narrative, but underlying trends have exposed a rot within the mechanics of the sport's economics The three...

She loves you...si, oui, ja: How pop went multilingual...

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'Sugar daddy' website owner charged with debauchery...

theguardian.com     2+ week ago

The chief executive of a pan-European "sugar daddy" dating site that targeted students with adverts outside Belgian universities last summer has appeared in court charged with debauchery. Norwegian S...

Social media execs could be personally liable for harmful content, leaked UK plan reveals...

theguardian.com     2+ week ago

Exclusive: Long-awaited government white paper proposes regulator to enforce duty of care and fine offenders Social media executives could be held personally liable for harmful content distributed on...

Measles cases soar across USA: 'Getting worse'...

theguardian.com     2+ week ago

US sees more measles reports in first three months of 2019 than in all of 2018 Report from CDC calls 2019 the second-worst year for the disease since the US declared itself measles-free nearly two de...

Deadly appetite: 10 animals we are eating into extinction...

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