US archaeologist is recognised for her work tracking down antiquities and combating looting from ancient sites
Swaying your arms to the strains of Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy hardly constitutes a typical modern lesson
The editors have reserved a decent proportion of space for the voices and experiences of young women of colour
Postscript: Mr Hewetson believes Putin had an ulterior motive for authorising the release of the Arctic Sunrise protestors
Paula Dunn, British Athletics’ head coach, described the decision as 'unduly harsh'
The musician, who lives in Cardiff, was marking 150 years since Welsh settlers arrived in the region
The octogenarian has committed countless thefts across Europe and the US over the past six decade, according to police
Instead of using either 'He' or 'She', the Rt Rev Rachel Treweek said she prefers simply to use the word 'God'
O'Brien became a celebrity when an internet troll attempted to 'fat shame him' by posting photos of him dancing online
Bill Palmer, 95, explained how he has felt since his wife moved to a care home: 'Every day is hell. I feel so alone'
The 14-year-old was propelled to fame last month when a teacher mistook his homemade clock for a bomb
Masih Alinejad's new initiative, 'It’s Men’s Turn', urges men to join in the campaign against oppressive laws
It is not known whether the fan ran the garments through a washing machine in that time
'We aim to purchase a delivery van to offer an alternative to the big supermarket chains who send several vans to the area every day'
John Giddings, organiser of the Isle of Wight festival, says the star confided in him that he would never return to the stage
'I am a troublemaker – for those governments who want to put pressure on their own people and keep them silent'