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What happened when U2's The Edge took on the California Coastal Commission

A 10-year battle was triggered when the stubborn multimillionaire musician applied for permission to build his dream home atop a pristine hillside. Jack Dolan reports

3 Jun 2016 - 6:52PM

A 10-year battle was triggered when the stubborn multimillionaire musician applied for permission to build his dream home atop a pristine hillside. Jack Dolan reports

What happened when U2's The Edge took on the California Coastal Commission
Why investigative journalism matters and how it's best done: Spotlight film tells all

Story based on the Boston Globe investigation that uncovered the facilitation of child abuse by the Catholic Church dissects the news media's watchdog role, writes Roy J. Harris Jnr.

12 Dec 2015 - 10:58PM

Story based on the Boston Globe investigation that uncovered the facilitation of child abuse by the Catholic Church dissects the news media's watchdog role, writes Roy J. Harris Jnr.

Why investigative journalism matters and how it's best done: Spotlight film tells all
Actress Olivia Cooke's future couldn't be brighter, as she swaps horror for indie films

The British actress turns in a career-making performance as the Dying Girl in this month's must-see movie

10 Nov 2015 - 10:13AM

The British actress turns in a career-making performance as the Dying Girl in this month's must-see movie

Actress Olivia Cooke's future couldn't be brighter, as she swaps horror for indie films
Eli Roth, master of gore, goes beyond the acceptable … and then just keeps on going
Is China’s reign as gymnastics kings over as Japan end decade of dominance at world championships?

Japan captured their first world title in nearly 40 years

29 Oct 2015 - 8:39AM

Japan captured their first world title in nearly 40 years

Is China’s reign as gymnastics kings over as Japan end decade of dominance at world championships?
Sepp Blatter: How Platini’s betrayal over pre-arranged plan to dish out World Cups led to Fifa crisis

Sepp Blatter appeared to suggest the 2018 and 2022 World Cups were pre-ordained for Russia and the US before Michel Platini betrayed him in favour of Qatar

29 Oct 2015 - 11:19AM

Sepp Blatter appeared to suggest the 2018 and 2022 World Cups were pre-ordained for Russia and the US before Michel Platini betrayed him in favour of Qatar

Sepp Blatter: How Platini’s betrayal over pre-arranged plan to dish out World Cups led to Fifa crisis
China’s women take silver at world gymnastics championships as they look to vault out of the men’s shadow

The Chinese women gymnasts are marching out of the shadow of their counterparts on the men’s team

28 Oct 2015 - 9:19AM

The Chinese women gymnasts are marching out of the shadow of their counterparts on the men’s team

China’s women take silver at world gymnastics championships as they look to vault out of the men’s shadow
Star power: Hillary Clinton getting lion's share of Hollywood donations

Showbiz industry gives millions to presidential hopefuls of both parties but Democratic front runner rakes in the most.

25 Oct 2015 - 9:59PM

Showbiz industry gives millions to presidential hopefuls of both parties but Democratic front runner rakes in the most.

Star power: Hillary Clinton getting lion's share of Hollywood donations
Feel like you're addicted to pizza? You might be. Cheese is as addictive as drugs, study reveals

A study looks at why some foods are more addictive than others. Pizza, unsurprisingly, came out on top of the list.

26 Oct 2015 - 10:19PM

A study looks at why some foods are more addictive than others. Pizza, unsurprisingly, came out on top of the list.

Feel like you're addicted to pizza? You might be. Cheese is as addictive as drugs, study reveals
Jason Segel says reading David Foster Wallace was 'one of the best experiences of his life'

American actor stars with Jesse Eisenberg in The End of the Tour, about Wallace's interview with Rolling Stone journalist David Lipsky

25 Oct 2015 - 12:55PM

American actor stars with Jesse Eisenberg in The End of the Tour, about Wallace's interview with Rolling Stone journalist David Lipsky

Jason Segel says reading David Foster Wallace was 'one of the best experiences of his life'
Johnny Depp and Black Mass director on why bringing Whitey Bulger to the big screen was a struggle

True-crime drama brings a vanished Boston of the 1970s and '80s to life - despite the reluctance of many local people to talk openly about that time

26 Oct 2015 - 12:59PM

True-crime drama brings a vanished Boston of the 1970s and '80s to life - despite the reluctance of many local people to talk openly about that time

Johnny Depp and Black Mass director on why bringing Whitey Bulger to the big screen was a struggle
FBI investigating 'a stoner high school student's' claim to have hacked CIA director's email accounts

CIA and Homeland Security officials said the matter was referred to the proper authorities and would not comment further.

20 Oct 2015 - 10:38PM

CIA and Homeland Security officials said the matter was referred to the proper authorities and would not comment further.

FBI investigating 'a stoner high school student's' claim to have hacked CIA director's email accounts
Why Canada's immigration and religious issues could dictate who wins the federal elections this week
Kardashian-ex Lamar Odom ‘took cocaine and sex pills’ before collapse at Love Ranch brothel

Lamar Odom didn’t last long at the glittering intersection of championship success and Hollywood celebrity.

Cut loose by his beloved Los Angeles Lakers, followed everywhere by reality television crews, the humble kid from Queens in New York City who married into the Kardashian clan saw his life spiral out of control, and so did everyone else.

16 Apr 2016 - 12:58PM

Lamar Odom didn’t last long at the glittering intersection of championship success and Hollywood celebrity.

Cut loose by his beloved Los Angeles Lakers, followed everywhere by reality television crews, the humble kid from Queens in New York City who married into the Kardashian clan saw his life spiral out of control, and so did everyone else.

Kardashian-ex Lamar Odom ‘took cocaine and sex pills’ before collapse at Love Ranch brothel
Hillary Clinton scores strong in first Democratic debate, and it's still her race to lose
War game changer: Russia’s launch of dozens of precision cruise missiles at Syria from 1500km away surprises military analysts
Forget the lederhosen: for the younger von Trapps, the sound of music is actually indie rock
Man fired from job for racist response to friends and followers on his own Facebook post

A selfie taken with Gerod Roth's co-worker and three-year-old son went viral after his initial reply incited further callous remarks

20 Jul 2018 - 2:54PM

A selfie taken with Gerod Roth's co-worker and three-year-old son went viral after his initial reply incited further callous remarks

Man fired from job for racist response to friends and followers on his own Facebook post
China left out of Trans-Pacific Partnership, but door left open for the future
High school shooting plot foiled in California – a day before Oregon college massacre
Turkish fighters scramble after Russian jet strays near border on bombing mission, prompting fears of accidental clash
Book review: Still Life Las Vegas is a gripping coming-of-age story

In his terrific debut novel, American actor James Sie examines the fickle nature of memory 

2 Oct 2015 - 12:02PM

In his terrific debut novel, American actor James Sie examines the fickle nature of memory 

Book review: Still Life Las Vegas is a gripping coming-of-age story
US woman burned by exploding e-cigarette battery awarded US$1.9 million
In Sicario, Emily Blunt explores how female FBI agents handle stress and trauma

The actress quizzed female agents about how their work affects the rest of their life, in preparation for her latest role 

1 Oct 2015 - 3:01AM

The actress quizzed female agents about how their work affects the rest of their life, in preparation for her latest role 

In Sicario, Emily Blunt explores how female FBI agents handle stress and trauma
The Chicago high school that's training more blacks to study law

The charter school was founded in 2012 in one of the city's bleakest neighbourhoods with a mission to attract more minorities to the legal profession and give them the tools to build better lives

28 Sep 2015 - 4:54AM

The charter school was founded in 2012 in one of the city's bleakest neighbourhoods with a mission to attract more minorities to the legal profession and give them the tools to build better lives

The Chicago high school that's training more blacks to study law
Brazil court freezes US$48 million in Neymar assets over ‘tax evasion’

A Brazilian court has frozen assets of Barcelona star Neymar, his family and related businesses valued at 188.8 million Brazilian reals (US$48 million).

26 Sep 2015 - 8:16AM

A Brazilian court has frozen assets of Barcelona star Neymar, his family and related businesses valued at 188.8 million Brazilian reals (US$48 million).

Brazil court freezes US$48 million in Neymar assets over ‘tax evasion’
Happy birthday! Norwich’s Russell Martin rushes back from birth of his son to deliver a goal against Liverpool

After dashing across England through the night to see the birth of his son, Norwich captain Russell Martin made it back to Liverpool in time to play on Sunday – and scored to secure a 1-1 draw

21 Sep 2015 - 8:06AM

After dashing across England through the night to see the birth of his son, Norwich captain Russell Martin made it back to Liverpool in time to play on Sunday – and scored to secure a 1-1 draw

Happy birthday! Norwich’s Russell Martin rushes back from birth of his son to deliver a goal against Liverpool
Joaquin Phoenix on being directed by Woody Allen, the importance of luck, and that Letterman interview

Phoenix, the star of Allen's latest movie Irrational Man, shows why he's the go-to guy for eccentric and messed-up characters

19 Sep 2015 - 6:00PM

Phoenix, the star of Allen's latest movie Irrational Man, shows why he's the go-to guy for eccentric and messed-up characters

Joaquin Phoenix on being directed by Woody Allen, the importance of luck, and that Letterman interview
Fiorina stands out in crowded debate as she tries to put Trump in his place
HBO's Boardwalk Empire among the worst TV offenders for diversity

Women and minority directors under-represented in the ranks of those who direct American television series; four HBO shows have only white male directors.

14 Sep 2015 - 9:01PM

Women and minority directors under-represented in the ranks of those who direct American television series; four HBO shows have only white male directors.

HBO's Boardwalk Empire among the worst TV offenders for diversity