A simple idea which changed the lives of millions
The Hippo Roller has revolutionised water transport in Africa
Lonely old Japanese men look for companionship
But some tragically looked for it in the wrong place...
Classic adventure story still captivates readers
A classic adventure story for animal lovers
Two ways to take human nature seriously
Nature means something different to the naturalist than it does to the natural lawyer.
The disturbing questions raised by the fate of baby Elsie
Why were a gay couple preferred to a grandmother as adoptive parents?
Why French women are quitting the pill
Three main reasons emerge from a survey.
Is voluntary stopping of eating and drinking an ethical alternative?
Dying of thirst is a terrible way to die
The migrant crisis and Hungary’s tormented past
Before judging its harshness towards refugees, look into its history
The world’s leaders got younger in 2017
Who are they?
Is addiction a matter of choice or genetics?
The Massachusetts Supreme Court will soon decide whether drugs remove responsibility from addicts
Suzanne’s Children: One woman’s selfless effort in Nazi Paris
An improbable hero of the French resistance.
How technology cheapened sex and made men less marriageable
The author of Cheap Sex talks about its provocative thesis.
Demand for euthanasia surges in the Netherlands
The taboo has gone
The deadly truth about loneliness
We continue to underestimate the lethality of loneliness as a serious public health issue
Canadian immigration to increase over next few years
The social security Ponzi scheme must go on.
A Muslim father forgives
A tragic accident in Sydney brings out the best in Islam
An Orthodox nation’s religiously inspired baby boom
The Georgian Patriarch's offer to baptise infants worked wonders.
Murder on the Orient Express
Why go to see the remake when we know how it ends?
‘Thoughts and prayers’ are now political
Of course. Everything else is these days.
American mass shootings: are more guns the answer?
An Aussie perspective on the Second Amendment.
Contract pregnancies exposed: Surrogacy contracts don’t protect surrogate mothers and their children
Surrogacy violates the common good.
New study casts doubt on effectiveness of euthanasia regulation in the Netherlands
Review committees struggle to judge if patients are eligible
After Communism, in the shadow of materialism
And not just in Russia
Watch out, Australia, this culture warrior is no ‘zombie’
Gabriele Kuby, author of The Global Sexual Revolution, heads Down Under.
Born in 1896 and still alive today
The world’s oldest man is discovered in Chile.