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Theresa May was a disaster as Prime Minister

Brexit has destroyed another British Prime Minister.

There was nobody like her in Australian parliament

Modi declares victory in India elections as opposition concedes

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was poised for a landslide victory in the country's general elections, early results showed on Thursday, defying expectations of even his own party to win a second term in office.

Why Amsterdam wants tourists to go elsewhere

The Dutch capital's canals, tulips and traditional narrow houses have always been a draw for tourists, but now the city is looking at ways to reduce visitor numbers to sustainable levels.

Actor wins $1.9M payout on #MeToo case

Oscar-winning actor Geoffrey Rush has been awarded $2.9 million Australian dollars (over $1.9 million USD) after winning his defamation case against a Sydney newspaper publisher and journalist, CNN affiliate SBS News reported Thursday.

Disney's plan to expand the Star Wars galaxy: Make the fantasy real

Want to work for L'Oreal? First, chat with an AI bot

Businesses are starting to use AI for recruiting and managing employees. Those that don't adopt it risk being left behind.

VR is transforming HR

A growing number of companies are using virtual reality to recruit and train staff, with immersive experiences giving employers new ways to deliver training and foster empathy at work.

How 5G will change the future of farming

5G has the potential to disrupt a huge number of industries, including one of the world's oldest: Farming.

This is 'the most functional city in the world'

When you hear of urban transformations, you tend to think of high-rise mega-cities like Shanghai, Dubai or Hong Kong. Or if it's technological advances, San Francisco and Silicon Valley might come to mind.

The most effective ways to curb climate change might surprise you

California restaurants can now add a 1% surcharge to help fight climate change

The world's second-largest emperor penguin colony has nearly disappeared

The hottest looks from the Cannes red carpet

This month, Hollywood's brightest stars are descending upon the French Riviera for the annual Cannes Film Festival. Against the idyllic background of the sun-soaked Riviera, this is where some of the world's most high-profile directors premiere the films that they hope will excite critics and viewers alike -- and, if they're lucky, win awards.

Why Anna Wintour always wears sunglasses

Anna Wintour's omnipresent status, crafted over a three-decade-long career at the helm of Vogue, is unrivaled in the fashion industry. Her reputation has transcended that of the magazine she edits, her image -- immaculately sliced bob, sunglasses -- now instantly recognizable in silhouette or line sketch.

How India's political parties got their symbols

A ceiling fan, a bungalow, a broom and a mango -- these are just some of unusual symbols Indian voters can expect to see on their ballots as they head to the polls over the coming weeks.

Jeff Koons' Rabbit sculpture sells for record $91M

A playful rabbit sculpture by Jeff Koons has become the most expensive work by a living artist ever to sell at auction.

What was Leonardo da Vinci doing at your age?

Crazy history of the 'Back to the Future' car

The unpainted stainless steel body, the gull-wing doors, the rear-mounted engine. When John DeLorean set out to create his own sports car, he knew these features would set it apart from everything else.

Confessions of a VIP private jet flight attendant

For many, the thought of catching a plane is far from luxurious: from spending countless hours lining up at security, to wrestling arm rests with other passengers as you face a crammed long-haul flight in economy.

19 best places to travel for summer 2019

Is it worth paying someone to plan your vacation?

Who says travel agents are obsolete?

Real-life locations from classic 'Game of Thrones' moments

India's 30 most beautiful places

India might just be the most colorful country in the world.

Runaway teens don't qualify for foster care. So she created a solution

Boy's quick thinking saves him and his sister from a kidnapping

She's changing the cultural stigma around women's periods

When Freweini Mebrahtu got her period at age 13, she panicked.

Goodbye, old iPhone: This could be 40X better

Bitcoin up 30,000X -- here's your backdoor in

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