A gripping book by British historian Katherine Harvey documents what went on between the sheets in the Middle Ages
In 2006, the Swiss mountaineer gave it all up for God, but now he’s returned to scaling cliffs
A new book explores the short life of the New York writer who championed the waves of impoverished immigrants arriving on American shores
In a world where Washington and Beijing have chosen the path of confrontation, the EU must reflect on its own industrial policy, instruments and approach
Joaquín Romero Maura, a trusted aide of former king Juan Carlos, has bequeathed a fortune of uncertain origin to a refugee aid organization. The Jersey-based trust that holds the money was the target of an investigation
San Luis Potosí's State Prosecutor acknowledges that ‘clearly something is going on’ after 318 people were reported missing in the last three years, almost half the total recorded number since 1964
The fifth season of ‘The Crown’ hints that the relationship between the aristocrat and Prince Philip was more than just Platonic. But is there any truth to this suggestion?
Ukraine remains steadfast on talks and the White House believes there is still advantage to be won on the ground but others in Washington and Europe are urging a diplomatic end to the war
Tournament organizers have got cold feet about the proximity of Budweiser-branded sales points to stadiums and have ordered them moved out of sight
The ‘Friends’ actress has paid tribute to her dad in a moving Instagram post, in which she writes: ‘I’ll love you till the end of time’
Why are so many obviously failed public policies hard to eradicate?
After the 20th day, the uphill battle began for Alexander Tominsky, who became known as the Philadelphia Chicken Man. Finishing the food took longer, and he needed more water to swallow it
From ‘The Little Match Girl’ to ‘The Last Temptation of Christ,’ the list includes many outstanding works of cinema that you can enjoy right now
Through dozens of testimonies, the documentary ‘The Last Movie Stars’ recounts how the actress helped her husband rise to fame
In just one year, 224,000 citizens –mostly young people – have left the island nation for the United States