The car horn is one of our greatest allies on the road. However, in some circumstances, it is viewed as an offence. Be alert, but not alarmed.
The confirmation of Kevin Durant’s Achilles injury took the form of an emotional press conference. However, the internet isn’t buying the tears.
The assassinated half-brother of Kim Jong-un continues to live an interesting life after death, as the Wall Street Journal believes he was an informant for the CIA.
The Vatican has released a new teaching guide, one that explicitly states that there are only two genders. What do you make of this?
Someone from the UK has created a pair of glasses that allows short people to see over tall people. As a short person, allow me to tell you where you can stick aforesaid glasses.
The freedom of the press is under attack in this country. What we need is more outrage and more protections offered to those who uncover the truth.
According to refugee advocates, the approximate number of suicide attempts on Manus Island has reached 45 after a Somalian refugee set himself alight earlier today.
Late week, the Fair Work Ombudsman ruled that workers of the gig economy, including Uber drivers, were not employees. This, of course, makes that already unstable industry even more so.
Donald Duck is a man (well, duck) of few children, less patience and zero pants. Today is he turns 85. Cheer up, mate.
The appearance of the White Helmets, made famous in the Syria Civil War, is a disconcerting addition to the new Call of Duty. This is why.
According to new research, the Morrison government’s “all-or-nothing” tax plan is set to grant our highest earners $33bn in relief.
According to the RSPCA, the rise of social media has emboldened acts of animal cruelty like never before. Short of legislative changes, the people I spoke to are facing a visceral, losing battle.
Emboldened by numerous studies, researchers believe that we should start putting warning labels on junk food, as we do with cigarettes and alcohol.
Well, another week, another shot to the national solar plexus. This week, the UK tried to move past Theresa May and the federales raided aunty’s drawer. Hooray.
Kristen Arnett’s book of the dead is a scintillating illumination of what we do when we lose those we love.
As the world faces replacement by our creations and ecological Armageddon, a new wave of sci-fi has emerged to document it.
The modern discourse is in trouble. Instead of protest bringing change, I’ve found that it’s quickly just become a way to hear oneself talk, and facts be damned.
The civil suit raised against George Pell is not an outlier, as the victims of the Catholic Church are now free to sue for damages.
It seems AI is now toying with us, as one can now guess what we look like after analysing a small sample of our voice. Just take over already.
According to the UN, the treatment of Julian Assange absolutely constitutes torture. For not protecting him, the blame is also ours.
George Pell is being sued by a victim of the church, one who claims that the disgraced cardinal knew explicitly about these abuses, and did nothing about it.