Life lessons from Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana
A few days old and already teaching us stuff!
Coping with the shamestorms of social media
First, grow an alligator hide.
Scotland’s assisted suicide bill whacked by committee
"Significant flaws" in proposed bill.
Parents lose boy overseas
Peter makes the most of a tough situation.
Is too much ‘stuff’ affecting our ability to be contented?
One mother takes away all her children's toys.
The programmed savagery of ISIS
The leaders of Islamic State have spent decades developing a theory of terror.
A young elf proves that compassion is stronger than any weapon.
No one is winning from the world’s lack of children
An Oxford study finds painful periods of adjustment for both East and West are inevitable.
Living with your parents till 35 and beyond
Introducing the Slovakian norm.
What’s work for you?
The further our economy drags us from basic doing, the less meaningful work is.
Prelude to a Japanese revival
Despite two decades of economic and demographic decline, Japan's song is far from over.
A startling admission at same-sex marriage hearing
Obama's solicitor says he 'doesn't know' the effect on religious schools.
Meanwhile, outside the court…
... a question of fairness to gay marriage objectors brings surprising answers.
Your fake Facebook friends and their likes probably grew up on a click farm
The search string "Buy Facebook likes" introduces us to Fake world
Death penalty derails Indonesia’s legal reform efforts
It has become one of the biggest obstacles in applying international human rights principles.
Indonesia’s drug executions make no sense
Killing eight people is not 'shock therapy' but an inversion of justice.
An American city is burning, again
Whatever happened to hope and change?Baltimore is Ferguson on more petrol.
Ownership lifestyle vs access lifestyle
The shift from ownership to access will bring profound changes in our political culture.
Elder abuse rings alarm bells in New Zealand
But will anyone link it to proposals to introduce euthanasia?
From friends of the Court: the truth about “born that way”
A famous psychiatrist pours cold water on the notion of sexual orientation.
Just the facts, ma’am: rebutting the false ‘inevitability’ narrative
The change in attitude to same-sex marriage has been enormous, says a Supreme Court judge. Really?
Save the earth, one woman at a time
The chemical war against population has endangered the ecology of women.
A Palestinian Gandhi
"Palestinian freedom must pass through Jewish hearts and minds," says non-violence activist Ali Abu Awwad.
Nepal shows its vulnerability after devastating earthquake
Thousands of people have died in a massive 7.9 magnitude earthquake.
Artificial news for virtual selves?
But offering future news based on past news interests has serious limits.