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The POTUS has revealed his past as a pot-user. These days, says David Usborne, Barack Obama has other vices

Kodak files for bankruptcy protection

Eastman Kodak, the photography icon that invented the hand-held camera and helped bring the world the first pictures from the moon, has filed for bankruptcy protection, capping a prolonged plunge for one of America's best-known companies.

It's hip to be E=MC²

Can the world of art and fashion help to make the lab as cool as the club? Samuel Muston meets the publishers, artists and companies putting the 'fun' into 'fundamental science'

Experimental: Chris Hatherill, co-founder of arty science website Super/Collider

It's hip to be E=mc²: Can the worlds of art and fashion help to make the lab cool?

Samuel Muston meets the publishers, artists and companies putting the 'fun' into fundamental science.

Strauss-Kahn's wife to edit French Huffington Post

Anne Sinclair, the wife of the former head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Dominique Strauss-Kahn, has been named as the editor of the new French edition of The Huffington Post website.

Scott's lost photos of Antarctica are bought for nation

The last photographs taken by Captain Robert Scott on his doomed journey to the South Pole have been bought for the nation in time for today's centenary of the expedition.

Martin Isepp: Acclaimed accompanist

The son of a distinguished Austrian artist, Martin Isepp was part of that hugely vibrant émigré community who contributed immensely to the broadening and enrichment of British cultural life in the latter half of the 20th century.

Viv Groskop: Welcome to modern motherhood, Beyoncé...

The self-righteousness of people commenting on a woman they’ve never met is hilarious

Ready To Wear: Shop assistants are meant to be haughty

It's survey time.

Yorkshire is known for Dame Judi Dench and the Moors, while New York has the Statue of Liberty and Lady Gaga

The Dame vs The Lady: Yorkshire takes on New York as part of UK tourism's new strategy

One is the home of Sex and the City, Lady Gaga and the Statue of Liberty. The other is better known for Last of the Summer Wine, Dame Judi Dench and the Humber Bridge.

Album: The Pimps of Joytime, Janxta Funk! (Wonderwheel)

The new year has its first great party album: a no-nonsense distillation of the most infectious elements of party funk, with a welcoming approach that emphasises peaceful good times.

Shame (18)

Starring: Michael Fassbender, Carey Mulligan

Trading levels are down and, thanks to the Occupy movement, scrutiny is up

Wall Street bankers await the bonus axe

It's that time of year for financial firms, and the outlook is bleak. The savagery of bonus cuts on Wall Street will set the stage for London

Roy Cornelius Smith in the role of Hannan during a dress rehearsal of Esther in New York

Pay dispute threatens to lower the curtain on opera company

New York City Opera locks out musicians and scraps rehearsals a month ahead of new season

Bold design: 'I've always believed colour is the most accessible anti-depressive available', says Adler

Village life: Designer Jonathan Adler's Manhattan apartment is anything but boring

I've always believed colour is the most accessible anti-depressive available." So declares interior designer Jonathan Adler, boldly – and anyone familiar with his equally bold home furnishings won't doubt the earnest nature of that pronouncement. Adler adores colour, and it shows in his own living space.

Eve Arnold: Photojournalist famed for her intimate portraits of Monroe and Malcolm X

My photographs," wrote Eve Arnold in 1978, "are, of necessity, subjective – filtered through my background and education, my prejudices, and the limitations imposed by chance and the time in which I lived."

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