Shanghai Without Skyscrapers: Photos from 1980s China

Adrian Bradshaw, a British photographer who moved to the Far East in 1984 to study Mandarin, is one of the few Westerners who were able to witness and document China's dramatic changes first hand. | Continue reading | 5 hours ago

Satellite reveal China destroying Muslim graveyards and replacing with car parks

In just two years, dozens of cemeteries have been destroyed in Xinjiang in north-western China, an investigation shows. The mass demolition left behind human bones and broken tombs. | Continue reading | 7 days ago

Painting black cows to look like zebras dramatically reduces horsefly bites

Japanese black cows such as this one attracted only half as many flies when they were painted black and white, an experiment carried out in Japan showed. | Continue reading | 8 days ago

Rami Malek gets support from girlfriend at starry Mr.Robot final season premiere

The 38-year-old Oscar-winner could be glimpsed posing up with his girlfriend Lucy Boynton and Mr. Robot executive producer Kyle Bradstreet. | Continue reading | 14 days ago

Wasteland Weekend – the 'world's largest post-apocalyptic festival'

Roughly 4,000 people descended on to California's Mojave Desert for the 'world's largest post-apocalyptic festival'. The immersive festival celebrated its tenth anniversary this year. | Continue reading | 16 days ago

British employees sabotaging workplace robots over fears machines will take jobs

The study by De Montfort University in Leicester which looked into the use of robotics in healthcare concluded that UK workers are particularly apposed to the introduction of robots into the work place. | Continue reading | 16 days ago

15th century highland warrior found alongside five decapitated skulls

Grisly 15th century grave in the Scottish Highlands (right) containing two skeletons but six skulls is finally revealing its secrets as archaeologists have reconstructed the face of one of the skulls (left). | Continue reading | 23 days ago

Jeffrey Epstein Got Bill Gates and Richard Branson on a 2014 Panel

Jeffrey Epstein called on fellow billionaire Richard Branson and Bill Gates to appear alongside him on a 2014 panel about the origins of money at Arizona State University. | Continue reading | 27 days ago

Goldfish weighing just ONE GRAM becomes UK's smallest ever surgery patient

Molly the fish was rushed into the practice after its owners noticed a large lump on its belly. Staff at Highscoft Vets in Bristol immediately diagnosed a tumour and prepared Molly for surgery (pictured). | Continue reading | 29 days ago

Britain’s FBI secretly builds 'voiceprint' recordings database to catch crooks

The first public details of the secret voice analysis project emerged in a job advert seeking a £20-an-hour intelligence officer to work on the scheme at the NCA's headquarters in Vauxhall, South London. | Continue reading | 1 month ago

Vegetarians have 20% higher risk of suffering a stroke than meat eaters

Oxford University scientists, who tracked nearly 50,000 people for 18 years, believe low intake of the vitamins in meat may cause the additional risk. | Continue reading | 1 month ago

Astronomers use photo of Iranian rocket site to trace back to US spy satellite

The photo tweeted by President Trump on Friday was likely snapped by USA-224, a powerful spy satellite launched by the Pentagon's National Reconnaissance Office in 2011. | Continue reading | 1 month ago

Who study: Two glasses of diet drinks per day raises risk of early death

Researchers quizzed more than 450,000 Europeans about their diet and found those that died within the 16-year follow up also drank more soft drinks - including diet drinks. | Continue reading | 1 month ago

Kuandinsky Bridge in Russia

The dilapidated Kuandinsky Bridge in Russia leaves drivers precariously navigating a tiny six-foot-wide path - with no railing or safety features to save them from toppling off. | Continue reading | 1 month ago

Is 'social credit' coming to the US?

The New York State  Department of Financial Services allows life insurance companies to base their rates on one's social media posts. Dangerous activities mean higher premiums. | Continue reading | 1 month ago

NASA investigates the first allegation of criminal activity in SPACE

Decorated astronaut Anne McClain (far left and far right) is accused of accessing estranged wife Summer Worden's (in black) bank account as part of a campaign to gain custody of her son. | Continue reading | 1 month ago

Thieves use keyless hack to steal a £90k Tesla in seconds

The footage was caught on a Ring doorbell camera at the property in London. Thieves gained access to the supercar by using a relay system and key jamming techniques. | Continue reading | 1 month ago

Archaeologists discover 'sorcerer's treasure trove' trunk at Pompeii

Archaeologists have uncovered a trunk at Pompeii containing a vast variety of fascinating objects that may have been part of a 'sorcerer's treasure trove'. | Continue reading | 1 month ago

Ghislaine Maxwell found living with tech CEO at secluded $3M mansion near Boston

Ghislaine Maxwell, 57, has been living with tech CEO Scott Borgerson, 43, at his secluded $3M oceanfront property in Manchester-by-the-Sea, Massachusetts, can reveal. | Continue reading | 2 months ago

Bill Gates Flew with Jeffrey Epstein on the Lolita Express in 2013

Flight records reveal that Bill Gates flew with Jeffrey Epstein from Teterboro Airport in New Jersey to Palm Beach on March 1, 2013, one of the few flights that year which pilot Larry Viskoski recorded. | Continue reading | 2 months ago

How Google is held hostage by protesting employees

The outrage culture among the search giant's rank-and-file has only increased since the 2017 firing of engineer James Damore over a controversial memo about Google's diversity policies. | Continue reading | 2 months ago

Russia's space agency human-like android Fedor to join the ISS crew next week

icknamed Fedor, the anthropomorphous machine - which is remarkably agile - was seen undergoing a battery of stress-tests at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, last month. | Continue reading | 2 months ago

UN report: Humans must adopt vegetarian or vegan diets to stop climate change

Johan Rockstrom, former director of the Potsdam Institute of Climate Change Impact Research, has said we must adopt a healthy, plant-based diet to reduce our environmental impact. | Continue reading | 2 months ago

They need free speech classes at police college, says ALAN RUSBRIDGER

ALAN RUSBRIDGER: What was Neil Basu thinking? Does he really think it is the role of the police to start dictating what newspapers get to write about? | Continue reading | 3 months ago

Freeclimber Scales the Shard

Police rushed to the 1,017ft skyscraper overlooking London Bridge at 5.15am with witnesses claiming he managed to get to the 95th and final floor unchallenged. | Continue reading | 3 months ago

Britain's man in the the US says Trump is 'inept'

EXCLUSIVE: Sir Kim Darroch (pictured) used secret cables and briefing notes to impugn Trump's character, warning London that the White House was 'uniquely dysfunctional'. | Continue reading | 3 months ago

Instagram Down Again

People around the world began to report the issues to outage tracker Down Detector shortly before 2pm BST (9am ET / 6am PT), before numbers grew into their thousands. | Continue reading | 3 months ago

Study: People on antidepressants 'more than twice as likely to attempt suicide'

Taking antidepressants raises the risk of suicide, a study suggests. Steph Williams, of Featherstone in West Yorkshire, started hearing a voice barely a day after her dose increased. | Continue reading | 3 months ago

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Teenager, 17, suspended from school for insisting there are ‘only two genders’

The Aberdeenshire 17-year-old sparked an international debate about transgender rights and free speech after a secretly filmed video clip of him being reprimanded by his teacher went viral. | Continue reading | 3 months ago

Mixed-race relationships are making us taller and smarter

Researchers from the University of Edinburgh analysed genetic information from 100 studies, including details on more than 350,000 people from urban and rural communities. | Continue reading | 3 months ago

AI powered stray cat shelter

The makeshift refuge, set in Beijing, provides felines with food and water, plus a temperature-controlled environment which keeps the mercury at 27 degrees Celsius. | Continue reading | 4 months ago

Prostate Cancer Breakthrough

The breakthrough PSMA radiotherapy treatment is now privately available in the UK and two men have already been treated. Experts say it provides hope for men who have run out of options. | Continue reading | 4 months ago

WHO officially recognizes burn-out as a chronic condition

The agency, currently holding the World Health Assembly in Geneva, added the condition to its catalog, the International Classification of Diseases (ICD), on Monday. | Continue reading | 4 months ago

Scientists claim just two year from developing flu shot that will last lifetime

Doctors have joined forces with international medical professionals to work on lifelong protection from illness and disease, in the form of a super immunisation. | Continue reading | 4 months ago

Plastic packaging from M&S and Tesco found piling up in a Malaysian jungle

Deep in the Malaysian jungle, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall rounds a corner on a muddy track and is stunned by the 20ft-high mounds of plastic waste looming over him. | Continue reading | 4 months ago

The sky's falling in on 007: Can the new film be saved?

Daniel Craig (left and bottom right) is making is feelings known as he joins with Cary Joji Fukunaga (bottom right) along with the female Bond cast (top right) while Phoebe Waller-Bridge (bottom) is gold. | Continue reading | 4 months ago

Town offers free Viagra to couples who move there to boost the local birth rate

Jean Debouzy, mayor of Montereau in northern France (stock photo), issued a decree saying he was 'favourable to the distribution of the little blue pills'. | Continue reading | 4 months ago

London police fine pedestrian £90 over facial recognition camera row

Metropolitan Police officers set up the camera on a van in Romford, East London, which then cross-checked photos of faces of passers-by against a database of wanted criminals. | Continue reading | 5 months ago

Scientists in China develop camera that photograph subjects 28 miles away

Chinese researchers have developed a new camera technology they can render human sized-subjects as far as 28 miles away. It can also cut through smog and other pollution thanks to a combination of tech. | Continue reading | 5 months ago

Jeff Bezos' futuristic vision of habitats could house a trillion people in space

Building off of a concept introduced by physicist Gerard O'Neill – who Bezos himself studied under during his time at Princeton – the Blue Origin founder outlined habitats that could hold cities. | Continue reading | 5 months ago

Algorithm can predict who will DIE or have a heart attack with 90% accuracy

Nearly 1,000 patients complaining of chest pain were assessed and treated at Turku PET Centre, Finland and their data used to train the LogitBoost algorithm. | Continue reading | 5 months ago

Spanish coins that predate Columbus by 200 years found deep in the Utah desert

Spanish treasure that predates the arrival of Columbus by 200 years has been found in Utah. The two coins, minted in Madrid, were found in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. | Continue reading | 5 months ago

Indian students kill themselves in a week after IT blunder

The victims, from Telangana state, include a boy who threw himself in front of a train and another girl who burned herself to death after a 'major failings' with an IT system meant to grade papers. | Continue reading | 5 months ago

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg builds his wife a glowing 'sleep box'

Being a parent can be difficult and Mark Zuckerberg is eager to help his wife Priscilla through the process. The Facebook CEO built her a 'sleep box' make nighttime easier with young children. | Continue reading | 5 months ago

Notre Dame Reborn as a Greenhouse? Architects Propose to Replace Roof with Glass

French architects have revealed a stunning set of plans to redesign Notre Dame Cathedral's fire-ravaged roof as a greenhouse, complete with a glass roof. | Continue reading | 5 months ago

Effective summary of proponents for artificial cultures

JD Durkin from Queens, New York admitted that the chimpanzee developing technology skills is worrying for society in general, claiming it could be 'the end for us idiots'. | Continue reading | 5 months ago

Shocking images show surfer paddling through mounds of plastic trash in Mexico

TV personality and adventurer Alison Teal paddled around the coastline of Tulum with piles of waste choking the waters and obstructing her path. | Continue reading | 5 months ago