Lots of the ideas involve mechanized devices and flying while others, strangely, involve people interacting with marine life
Requests for money for buying 'parchment, ink, a desk, rent lodgings, and necessaries' have been all-too-common since around 1200 when one student complained of Oxford being 'expensive'
Mussolini, liberated POWs, 1966 in colour and JFK's assassination
A quarter of suicides occur within three months of discharge from hospital, a major study in Scotland has found.
A leading toxicologist has said that Alexander the Great may have died after drinking wine made from a poisonous plant that would have cause a slow and painful death
The Education Secretary's ability to brush aside the past work of so many is worrying as well as sad
Michael Gove's silliness reached a new peak in his comments on the First World War
Indianapolis pulled off the second biggest comeback in NFL play-off history to stun Kansas City, while New Orleans beat Philadelphia on the last play of the game as the first wild-card games provided a thrilling start to the post-season.
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Bad jokes, hard work and the odd tongue lashing are behind Darren Lehmann making Australia more than the sum of their parts
An elderly doctor has appeared in court charged with child rape and indecent assault.
The Premier League confirmed yesterday that Hull have applied to the Football Association to change thier name to Hull Tigers from next season, sparking outrage from the City Till We Die campaign group
Publishers Rockstar have promised that the feature will allow gamers to create their own custom Deathmatch maps and tracks for racing
The Supreme Court ruling is a reminder that we have - mercifully - moved on from the Middle Ages
Les Bleus overturned a 2-0 first leg deficit in Paris