The late, great Ben Bradlee, the incredible story of a female Afghani warlord, and the awful mystery of self harm, explained. We've got some great reads for your weekend.
Author Karen Brooks immersed herself in the intriguing history of woman and ale for her new book The Brewer's Tale. She talks to MEREDITH JAFFE.
If you're a 57 year-old Hollywood actress, actually looking your age can be viewed as a "subversive act". Frances McDormand says cosmetic surgery is "mutation"...
An academic charged with reviewing the national English curriculum has been caught "mocking" racial groups... among other things.
Music legend Glen Campbell has released the clip of his final song, an emotional tribute to his family, life - and his former self - as he is consumed by Alzheimer's Disease.
Sally Pearson has won the Sportswoman of the Year award at Women's Health Magazine's I Support Women in Health Awards. But wait! There's boobs!
It's the state of the human mind that remains a mystery. What do we understand about consciousness, dreams, comas, and vegetative states? What's your experience?
What do kids around the world eat for breakfast? Here are some beautiful images of global breakfast habits from The NY Times magazine that will make your Weetbix look a little dull.
It was groundbreaking TV, and it's making a comeback. Why was it so good? Also, we've got great reads on Clive James, the longest road trip ever taken, and being totally awesome.
Remember the Beach Boy hit God Only Knows? The BBC have gathered a stellar cast of singers to reprise the song for a charity drive for children in need. Watch this.
The creator of Humans of New York has released a new book, Little Humans. We celebrate with a selection of our favourite little human photos from around the world.
We've gathered up the best reads of the week for your reading pleasure. We've got secret recordings, a look inside Syria and a question about why poor people believe they can get rich.
You heard it first here (just don't hold us to it). Join CRAIG BENNETT as he dishes the dirt on the very serious world of celebrity gossip.
Germaine Greer is back in the spotlight, this time for calling the Duchess of Cambridge "too thin". What do you think?
What do you feel about paying more tax than some of Australia's biggest companies? Corporate tax dodging is in the spotlight, again.
Human connection keeps taking interesting turns thanks to modern technology - now there's an app that helps you find someone to cuddle. A stranger. Would you do it?
The Roast's Mark Humphries takes Tony Abbott to task for his absence from the UN Climate Change Summit, happening in New York right now, in this very funny video.
When 26-year-old poet Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner spoke at the UN Climate Change Summit yesterday, the silence was deafening. Until the applause. Watch the inspirational video here.
In the last 24 hours hundreds of thousands of people have marched for climate action. Take a look at our gallery of images from the rallies that united the world.
Would you be happy to die at 75? Do you know about Wonder Woman's feminist background? We've got a great selection of reads about body farms, US foreign policy, and more.