We're in them. Right now. The dog days are all around us.
It’s time male scientists stopped hogging all the power in experimentation, funding and research and
“It’s touch and go whether we humans will outlive the century” - Colin Blakemore, neuroscientist
The historian’s career shouldn’t be defined only by his views on Israel.
With his visit to the United States overshadowed by his slip about Anglo-American relations in 1940, David Cameron will doubtless be hoping that his second visit to the New World, which begins next week, will be rather more su
They're serious aren't they, surveys? The British Antarctic Survey, the Ordnance Survey, the British Crime Survey, the GP Patient Survey.
Stuart White on left-wing political philosophy.
Have you seen the adverts for the new Marvel Super Heroes 4D experience at Madame Tussauds?
The message could hardly have been more explicit. "Events last week have deeply distressed me," George V wrote to his cousin Nicky in March 1917.
All in all, this summer has been pretty amazing so far, hasn't it?
Jonathan Derbyshire talks to the author of <em>All That Is Solid Melts Into Air: the Experience of Modernity.</em>
The French sociologist Auguste Comte attempted to reconcile suspicion of religion with sympathy for
Ayn Rand's laissez-faire tracts have enjoyed a revival in recent years – Alan Greenspan was an early devotee. Her thinking continues to influence all levels of US finance and politics.
We're drowning in gaffes this summer: linesman gaffes at the World Cup; Michael Gove's gaffe about school-building; Tony Hayward's glittering
Who doesn't like trees? Nobody. Everybody likes trees. But some people really, really like trees. The staff of the Woodland Trust, for example.
How is your campaign to have the Pope arrested progressing?
Contemporary social liberalism has its origins in the New Liberalism of the early 20th century.
The author and controversialist Christopher Hitchens has cancelled all appointments and begun chemotherapy after being diagnosed with cancer of the oesophagus. Shortly before this news, he talked to George Eaton about his life and his work.
Once upon a time, in 1989, the Double Dip was a sweet. Not just any sweet. The bestselling sweet in Ireland.
The Slovenian philosopher in full effect.
Religion is an easy target for atheists, but, as Tim Parks discovered, there’s no escaping that ther
The bestselling economist Nassim Nicholas Taleb argues that we can’t make the world financial system
What with the World Cup and the Budget and the Twilight: Eclipse premiere, everyone sort of forgot about the G8 summit.
Strange timing: just as the new government announced it would limit migration to the UK, the Work and Pensions Secretary, Iain Duncan Smith, turned up in the Sunday Times to (quietly) recommend that those already livi
Cyrus Shahrad talked to Sebastian Horsley shortly before his death this month.
From the Spanish civil war onwards, writers were forced to negotiate a perilous intellectual divide.
So Piers Morgan is moving to CNN. Said a source to the Mirror: "He's set to launch into the stratosphere in the US." Ah, the stratosphere.
Fans of the campus novel keep a special place on their shelves for Morris Zapp, the cocksure protagonist of David Lodge's 1975 novel Changing Places.
What's a Brit? "I'm pretty sure the Brits were supposed to win," said an American man in South Africa, stars and stripes draped across his shoulders, talking after the soul-sapping World Cup game against the US.