Famed astrophysicist Stephen Hawking doesn't only have his head in the stars. He's also a sex club fan, reports Radar. And now even Cambridge University is admitting it, notes the Daily Mail. The 70-year-old astro-philosopher has visited a Southern California swingers and sex club with his assistants and nurses. He...
Exciting news for Uma Thurman and her boyfriend financier Arpad Busson! A rep for the actress confirmed to The Daily Mail that the couple are due to become parents.
Rihanna via Shutterstock According to Daily Mail, a Whitney Houston biopic is already in the works and both Rihanna and Jennifer Hudson are on the list of women being considered to play the starring role. Just a few days after the funeral...Show More Summary
Bobby Brown is not the only person reportedly looking to profit off Whitney Houston's death. According to Great Britain's The Daily Mail, plans for a Whitney biopic - which existed when the singer was still alive - are being fast-tracked,...Show More Summary
This is my column from Monday’s Irish Daily Mail. Scots who are leaning towards independence from the United Kingdom might want to read it, to learn from Ireland’s experience how little influence a small member state has in the EU.....
Earlier this week, the Daily Mail reported (as did other news outlets) that Richard Dawkins‘ ancestors owned slaves. As if that somehow discredited him or his beliefs. Now, the same paper as well as other news outlets are continuing the … Continue reading ?
I’ve seen this video more on my Twitter feed this week than I have on Facebook. But it’s still viral–in fact, enough people have seen it that there are articles in the UK’s Daily Mail, and the girls who made it have had to drop out of high school because of death threats. While I [...]
Even 11 year-old kids don’t like being lied to. Leftist dad Mohamad Shohan was arrested after he assaulted his 11 year-old child with a coffee cup for not watching Obama’s State of the Union Address. The Daily Mail reported: A … Continue reading ?
“The ultimate tragedy would be if others failed to follow in her footsteps to report on the savagery of war with such an honest, unflinching gaze,” Ian Birrell writes in the Daily Mail about Marie Colvin (EXCELLENT pic of… Read more
From the Daily Mail’s Toby Harnden: Keep reading this post...
On Monday, I wrote in the Daily Mail about the shocking case of a seven year-old boy who was branded a racist by his primary school after asking a five-year-old boy in the playground whether he was ‘brown because he was from Africa’. As I wrote, this was hardly a one-off incident.
This was the headline to a report in yesterday's Daily Mail. It's always interesting to see the Mail suddenly acquiring an interest in employment rights – not a subject that usually looms large among the paper's concerns. Unfortunately,...Show More Summary
Scary! Kate Moss has been diagnosed with ulnar nerve entrapment after she woke up in Paris and couldn't move her right arm or hand. A friend of the supermodel says it all went down last weekend, telling the Daily Mail: "Kate was at the Ritz when she woke and had no feeling in her arm, which was terrifying. [...]
Former Arsenal, and current NY Red Bulls striker Thierry Henry is demolishing his $9.5 million home in London so he can build a new one with a 40-foot fish tank through the entire house, according to the Daily Mail. From the Daily Mail: Stretching...Show More Summary
This could definitely turn out to be the world's most expensive lunch date. The Daily Mail is reporting that Fahim Imam-Sadeque is suing his former employer, London-based BlueBay Asset Management, claiming that the firm withheld £1.7 million (about $2.7 million) from him. Show More Summary
BlueBay Asset Management, a British hedge fund, is being sued by a former employee over a lunch date, the Daily Mail reports. Fahim Imam-Sadeque, who left the firm last December, claims he was deprived of 1.7 million pounds in compensation unjustly after he invited a former colleague for lunch, allegedly in violation of his mandatory garden leave. Show More Summary
Get ready to be depressed. The Daily Mail is reporting that more young boys and girls (mostly age 11 to 14) are posting "Am I ugly?" videos on Youtube asking people to comment on their looks.
Articles by politicians are often flat and passionless. Not so Iain Duncan Smith's effort for the Daily Mail today. The welfare secretary sets about defending the government's Work Experience scheme for unemployed young people, but it soon turns into a full-blooded attack on its detractors. Show More Summary
"Strip OAPs of free bus passes and winter fuel allowance to save £3bn a year, says leading think tank" Daily Mail, 20th Feb. The publication of the SMF paper "Osborne's Choice" is important, because the paper advocates an approach to growth and deficit … Continued
After his parents rejected an offer from doctors for an abortion, Ryan Marquiss was born with his heart outside of his body. Although physicians didn’t expect him to survive, the London Daily Mail newspaper reports today that Ryan is surviving this unique circumstance. From the story: It is an incredibly rare condition and usually babies [...]