Day In a Page
Tuesday, 18 March 2014
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- Dionne Warwick excused from paying back debts after racking up more than $10m in unpaid taxes
- Malaysia Airlines flight MH370: Courtney Love's 'theory' sparks slew of new findings. Including Where's Wally, Tupac and Big Foot
- Dappy pleads not guilty to assaulting man outside nightclub in Essex
- Miley Cyrus’s Bangerz tour bus carrying mum, sister and entourage burns down near New Orleans
- L’Wren Scott dead: Rolling Stones cancel entire Australia and New Zealand tour
- Man gets revenge on Gumtree seller by texting him entire works of Shakespeare
- Houdini cat: Meet Chamallow, the feline escape artist
- 'Accidental Tyler Durden' as Fox news station KDVR airs penis picture during helicopter crash coverage
- Utah house almost entirely obscured by tumbleweeds following windstorm
- Legacy of the Big Bang: scientists discover gravitational waves left by expansion of universe in 'one of the most important goals in cosmology'
- Meet the 'chicken from hell': Scientists discover fearsome new species of birdlike dinosaur named 'Anzu wyliei'
- Penis size does matter - in the locker room at least
- Budget 2014: Chancellor promises multimillion-pound cash injection for British science to boost links between academia and the tech industry
- Scientists suggest they have the answer to the mystery of the narwhal's tusk
- Scientists observe first ever extra-terrestrial ‘waves’ on Saturn’s moon Titan
- What's worse than one asteroid hitting Earth? Scientists identify double impact crater
- Lost sleep could cause 'permanent damage to brain cells' scientists warn
- Worm evolves to eat corn that was genetically engineered to kill it
- Donald Helm: Oilman who negotiated troubled times in Africa then served Scotland's National Trust for 30 years
- L'Wren Scott: Model who became a stylist and then an acclaimed fashion designer and was the long-term girlfriend of Mick Jagger
- Joseph Fan Zhongliang: Jesuit who suffered decades of imprisonment and persecution as Shanghai's underground bishop
- Dr Edward Haughey: Businessman who came from ‘bandit country’ to amass a fortune with his pharmaceutical company
- Glenn McDuffie: Wartime sailor who claimed to be the man in Alfred Eisenstaedt’s famous Times Square kissing photograph
- Joe McGinniss: Author who was lauded for ‘The Selling of the President 1968’ but was later attacked for his journalistic ethics
- Clarissa Dickson Wright: Broadcaster, cook and former barrister who found worldwide fame as one of television's 'Two Fat Ladies'
- Scott Asheton: Drummer with Iggy Pop and the Stooges, Detroit wildmen who 'created punk rock before the genre even had a name'
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- i Editor's Letter: The Budget 2014
- Budget 2014: The Chancellor's mind is on politics as well as economics
- Budget 2014: To raise living standards we must increase productivity
- To understand what Russia has done you have to recognise Sevastapol’s crucial role in history
- Usborne in the USA: Barking Americans spend more on pets than Germans on defence
- Crimea crisis: We're constantly spitting venom at Russia, but lack a bite to scare the Kremlin
- Forget about that glass ceiling, women should be pushing through the ‘sticky door’
- The ‘no makeup selfie’ craze seems like narcissism masked as charity. Why not donate instead?
- It’s time we extended Freedom of Information to public services run by private companies – just ask Jago the Rabbit
- The ASA ruling on Paddy Power's Oscar Pistorius ad won't prevent bookmakers taking a gamble on poor taste bets in future
- 'I, too, am Oxford': The intricacies of racism today
- i Editor's Letter: Where are Fifa's answers?
- Inside Whitehall: Aid argument is not straightforward in Africa
- The Sunni revolt in Syria has given al-Qa’ida more power in Iraq
- L'Wren Scott lived off her own name - don't let it be subsumed into Jagger's
- Our outrageous tax system isn’t just bad economics. It’s immoral too
- It's not just a row, it's a war. And I'd join Martin Amis for the march on Eton
- I'm an atheist. But I've got faith in Religious Studies
- Western sanctions against Russia would only prove counter-productive
- We stopped reviewing books explicitly aimed at just girls, or just boys - the response was incredible. Here, we answer some of our readers' questions
- Will British Airways go for the classic or the upstart?
- Why do so many so-called liberals fail to defend free speech?
- What the climate movement must learn from the fight against AIDS
- Urgently needed: A new Crimean Conference to stop war
- David Cameron is letting down the North, where the reality gap is greatest
- i Editor's Letter: Some people are being left behind, perhaps forever
- Budget 2014: By helping business and the elderly, the Chancellor fortified his political base. But what about the young and the poor?
- Crimea crisis: The best we can do for Ukraine is help it prosper
- Fifa must answer allegations dogging the Qatar World Cup
- It is four years since the death of Jimmy Mubenga, but we still cannot be sure deportees are being treated decently
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- James Whitaker: The man who must pick up the pieces
- England slump to another defeat in final warm-up for World Twenty20
- World Twenty20: Eoin Morgan insists - 'It's not just about hitting more sixes'
- The Light Roller: Ben Stokes' self-inflicted injury tells us a lot about the lonely pressure of individuals in a team sport
- Bowler banned for scrawling lewd graffiti on wicket
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- Microsoft Office rumoured to hit iPads on 27 March in first event for new CEO Satya Nadella
- Suicide voyeur: Former nurse who persuaded online contacts to take their own lives while he watched via webcam is freed
- Tim Berners-Lee joins Edward Snowden onstage for virtual high-five and privacy chat
- LG G Watch and Moto 360: Meet the first two smartwatches powered by Google
- Disgruntled online shopper texts entire works of Shakespeare as revenge
- Sony unveils Project Morpheus: A virtual reality headset for PS4 and rival to the Oculus Rift
- Android Wear: Google takes off ahead of Apple in smartwatch game
- Apple reconfigures tablet line-up, drops iPad 2 in favour of 4th generation iPad
- Bionic plants 'watered' with carbon nanotubes turn into super-charged fauna
- WhatsApp addresses privacy concerns after Facebook buy, adds new privacy settings
- Google launches £30 Chromecast to make your dumb TV smart
- Apple launches cheaper 8GB iPhone 5C
- Facebook's facial verification software reaches 'near human-level performance'
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- Budget 2014: Britain’s tax on airline travellers is set to fall in 2015 - but only for long-haul flights
- Can we get a family discount for travelling on US trains?
- Travel deals: From a Moroccan city break to a beach break in Turkey
- Best beaches in the world: Rhossili Bay makes TripAdvisor's top 10 alongside Baia do Sancho, Grace Bay and Flamenco Beach
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- Exclusive: Cambridge University college forced to drop ‘racist’ May Ball theme
- Business Secretary Vince Cable wants degree-level apprenticeships to become the 'new norm'
- Dundee University aims to help stressed-out students with puppies and a bouncy castle
- BBC admits misconduct over LSE North Korea trip, but not everyone wants an apology
- Year Abroad students join porn fans as victims of Germany's strict copyright laws
- Iranian hacker uploads dead baby image onto Bournemouth University servers
Rochester by-election: Ukip gains second MP as Tory defector Mark Reckless holds seat
'Beast of Bolsover' Dennis Skinner takes Ukip MP Mark Reckless to task moments after he is sworn in
Rochester by-election: Labour MP Emily Thornberry resigns after posting white van and England flags tweet
France 'blocks' Russian sailors from boarding a warship
The young are the new poor: Sharp increase in number of under-25s living in poverty, while over-65s are better off than ever
Revealed: How the world gets rich – from privatising British public services
- 1 Tamir Rice: 12-year-old boy playing with fake gun dies after being shot by Ohio police
- 2 To help fuel their propaganda machine against the poor, our government has now decided to redefine the word 'welfare'
- 3 Halle Berry takes ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry to court for allegedly trying to make daughter look less African-American
- 4 Isis propaganda image showing 'abuse of Muslim woman by soldiers' is actually taken from Hungarian porn film
- 5 'You should come to my house and eat cheeses with me': 4-year-old sends adorable love letter to girl at school