People faced with unexpected bill perform worse than they would have done without the financial worry
News of a change at the top sends the software behemoth’s shares soaring
Study shows a morning meal is needed to take the body out of its protective ‘fasting state’
John Martorano turns on legendary Boston mobster for turning informant for the FBI
United manager hits back at Mancini, and says late goals have been a 25-year habit
Manufacturers' measurements do not take into account the caloric value of fibre
Brain scans could prove offenders are predisposed to violent crime
Facebook continues staggering growth amid falling share prices and continued concern over profitability
US study says nerve agent causes Colony Collapse Disorder
Liverpool have announced plans for a pre-season tour of North America which will include a glamour friendly against Roma in Boston.
Dmitri Nabokov, the son of the Russian novelist Vladimir Nabokov, tried to escape the shadow of his father's legacy, pursuing interests as diverse as opera singing and racing-car driving. But it was to the translation, preservation and championing of his father's work that he returned time and again.
What is expected to be the largest technology flotation in history was last night generating the kind of investor frenzy not seen since the days of the dotcom bubble.
Runners without shoes land more gently on the ground, avoiding impact injuries
South Africa's former health minister Manto Tshabalala-Msimang, known as "Dr Beetroot" after her dogged promotion of the vegetable, along with lemons, garlic and olive oil to treat Aids, has died aged 69.
From belief in God to the irresistible urge to flirt with the opposite sex, there are some human impulses that even the biggest brains in psychology are unable to explain. Here are their greatest unanswered questions
For years, the university has been striving to shed its highbrow image. But a new clothing range may undo the hard work