Day In a Page
Monday, 17 March 2014
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- Legacy of the Big Bang: scientists discover gravitational waves left by expansion of universe in 'one of the most important goals in cosmology'
- Worm evolves to eat corn that was genetically engineered to kill it
- Frozen moss buried in Antarctica for more than 1,500 years starting to grow again in laboratory
- 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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- Al-Qa’ida, the second act: Is Saudi Arabia regretting its support for terrorism?
- On the march with Assad’s army: ‘Unusually, the Syrian army took rebel prisoners. Ominously, I saw none’
- 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
- Nature Studies: Spring is a time for celebration. And nothing captures the mood quite like blossom
- Grace Dent: If this really is terrorism – and the Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is not found – then this is a new level of terrifying
- Politicians have stopped teaching. We can’t be surprised that voters are not enthused
- In praise of smog: Why the fumes over Paris and Beijing can be secretly, cautiously celebrated
- Virginia Ironside's Dilemmas: Now we're sober, they're not fun to be around
- The return of the plague: We need to act now to prevent tuberculosis from wreaking more havoc
- Grace Dent: George Osborne's on the 5:2 diet. Let's hope he isn't making Budget decisions when he's really, really hungry
- Why I'd never picket a funeral - even one of somebody as loathsome as Fred Phelps
- RIP Clarissa Dickson Wright - what a lady
- Let those involved in porn speak for themselves
- Stop Porn Culture: Those who watch modern porn are becoming increasingly desensitised
- Our lazy and ignorant overuse of a handful of words: Discuss swear words in school and diminish their shock value
- Does Osborne really understand what it takes to build a successful Garden City?
- Yasmin Alibhai-Brown: With Britain becoming ever more unequal, we need the likes of Tony Benn and Bob Crow more than ever
- HS2 will be expensive and destructive – but it is the only way to revitalise Britain's railways
- i Editor's Letter: The Impending Budget
- 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
- The case for Scottish independence remains weak
- In tomorrow’s Budget, George Osborne should prioritise the poor, avoid gimmickry and move to rebalance growth
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- 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
- World Twenty20: Irish celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day with last-ball T20 triumph
- Jonathan Trott comment: Batsman's volte face over why he quit the Ashes and clumsy choice of words to explain it harm those who really suffer from depression
- Jonathan Trott reasons for quitting Ashes feel like 'con', says Michael Vaughan
- F1: Bernie Ecclestone admits to being 'horrified' by quiet engines on new F1 cars
- Australian Grand Prix: Bernie Ecclestone 'horrified' at quiet new F1 cars, with Melbourne organisers claiming lack of sound is 'breach of contract'
- F1: Raging Red Bull refuse to go with flow as Daniel Ricciardo loses Australian Grand Prix podium place over fuel meters
- Michael Schumacher: Mercedes dedicate Nico Rosberg Australian Grand Prix success to driver as he fights for his life
- Australian Grand Prix - comment: Technology still king as 'the great F1 shake-up' merely swaps dominance from Red Bull to their rivals
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- Microsoft Office rumoured to hit iPads on 27 March in first event for new CEO Satya Nadella
- 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'
- Google Chromecast prepped for UK release
- Secret and Whisper(s): Anonymous gossip apps prove slander sells in Silicon Valley
- UK branded an 'Enemy of the Internet' for the first time by Reporters Without Borders
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- Wish you were still here...The $1m holiday for wealthy philanthropists that showcases the world's most endangered animals
- Best beaches in the world: Rhossili Bay makes TripAdvisor's top 10 alongside Baia do Sancho, Grace Bay and Flamenco Beach
- Missing Flight MH370: Are there really unmonitored black spots? Your questions answered
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- Exclusive: Cambridge University college forced to drop ‘racist’ May Ball theme
- 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
- Gown town: Durham locals fear losing their city to ‘studentification’
- Gown town: Durham locals fear losing Crossgate in their city to ‘studentification’
Obama: The only people with the right to object to immigration are Native Americans
Ukip says babies born to immigrants in the UK should be classed as migrants – which would include Nigel Farage’s own children
The young are the new poor: Sharp increase in number of under-25s living in poverty, while over-65s are better off than ever
Tamir Rice: 12-year-old boy playing with fake gun dies after being shot by Ohio police
Ukip mocked after mistaking Westminster Cathedral – for a mosque
David Cameron sets out immigration reforms: We should distrust Ukip and their 'snake-oil of simple solutions'
- 1 Jennifer Lawrence scores first UK top 40 single with Hunger Games track 'The Hanging Tree'
- 2 Shia LaBeouf claims he was raped during #IAMSORRY art installation performance
- 3 'You should come to my house and eat cheeses with me': 4-year-old sends adorable love letter to girl at school
- 4 Scientists predict green energy revolution after incredible new graphene discoveries
- 5 Michael Buerk wishes he killed Jimmy Savile when he had the chance - by pushing him overboard a cruise ship