"The Transgender Tipping Point" is TIME magazine's coverline on its next issue, calling transgenderism "America's next civil rights frontier".
The battle of the brands in UK newspaper publishing has shifted today, as new figures reveal that the Mail titles have overtaken The Sun as the country's most-read national papers.
On LBC's Call Clegg this morning, the deputy prime minister was challenged to show the Labour leader how eating a bacon sandwich is done.
The longer-term average is slightly more hopeful than the initial statistics may appear.
It's fair to say that the Telegraph is never normally a big fan of the BBC, which makes this riposte all the more satisfying.
BBC's Newsnight ran an exclusive interview with ex-Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi last night. Watch it here.
The Labour leader appears to have no idea who the Swindon councillor is during a radio interview with BBC Wiltshire.
After an interview on ITV's Good Morning Britain today, the Labour leader has had to backpedal on his estimated weekly shopping bill.
Lib Dem MP and international development minister Lynne Featherstone is a bit calendrically challenged on Twitter.
A trail for Newsnight's exclusive interview with the former Italian PM promises a grilling worth watching tonight.
The latest campaign literature lol.
If your relationship status on the social networking site isn't filled in, viewers of your profile can now click 'Ask' to find out.
The fictional joke party from Blackadder has exactly the same colours as Ukip. But slightly more sensible policies.
BuzzFeed has obtained the New York Times' 'Innovation Report', an internal document detailing the "urgency" of moving into the digital world.
The British Society of Magazine Editors has decided to change the venue of its annual prestigious awards ceremony from the Sultan of Brunei-owned Dorchester in a stand against new draconian legislation against same-sex and adulterous relationships.
Laura Wade's theatre hit Posh, about a fictional thinly-disguised version of Oxford drinking society the Bullingdon Club, has been made into a film.
Female Tory MPs on Twitter are expressing their outrage at a bizarre tweet sent by Labour MP Austin Mitchell about US drug company Pfizer's proposed bid to take over AstraZeneca.
The company behind the new London Live TV channel has reported a loss of more than £1m in its first financial figures – here's a reminder of the media's worst reviews of the new channel.
Really? Is this how reporting works now?
The authoritative online alter ego of the deputy prime minister laid bare.
The women of Dutch techno band ADAM have been a bit of a YouTube hit with their song Go to Go – which they try to sing while using vibrators.
After Top Gear's Jeremy Clarkson was given a final warning by the BBC following his use of the n-word in a nursery rhyme, Radio Devon DJ David Lowe has lost his job for playing a song containing the racist term.
The Telegraph's parliamentary sketchwriter Michael Deacon was greeted with a bizarre onslaught of anger from Ukip supporters following a sketch containing the apparently offending accusation: "Nigel Farage believes we should pull up the drawbridge and live solely off oats and berries". Luckily, he made a Storify.
The Telegraph's diarist Tim Walker, who edits Mandrake, has come under fire for mentioning Newsnight presenter Laura Kuenssberg's cleavage in a piece about whether or not she'll be succeeding Jeremy Paxman on the programme.
The journal Nature has published research that electromagnetic noise from stations such as Radio 5 Live could be disrupting birds' migration paths.
This morning, the paper has splashed with a story about the chain serving halal chicken, but having been reported last year and detailed on the Pizza Express website, it’s already in the public domain.
The TV watchdog has ruled that Two and a Half Men's threesome episode shouldn't have been aired at teatime, when children could have been watching. But Ofcom has no power over television catch-up services.
Bookies and the Mirror today have Britain’s entry “Children of the Universe” as third favourite to win the contest.
BBC wildlife veteran Bill Oddie has entered the wilderness of commenting on Operation Yewtree, saying it "doesn't ring right".