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Where have all the fish gone?

The death of corals is already affecting the human communities that depend on the ocean for survival.
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The changing face of fashion

The numbers behind haute couture are staggering, with up to 35% of consumers buying their clothes based on trends...

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Corals are fighting back

In Palau, corals are thriving despite climate change. What's their secret?
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The coral Noah's Ark

In Hawaii, a group of scientists is creating the world's only bank of coral sperm.
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What to expect from Donald Trump’s address to Congress

The White House press secretary, Sean Spicer, says the theme of Donald Trump’s address to Congress will be "the renewal...

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Our cartoonist, Kal, looks at the international events coming up this March

Same sex marriage becomes legal in Finland, the Dutch go to the polls and Dubai hosts the World Cup in horse racing—these...

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Nigeria’s economy is in recession, but the president is absent

Nigeria has had its first year-long recession in 25 years. The vice-president is steadying the ship while President...

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How do animals change their colour?

Take a look at the science behind the kaleidoscopic animals that can adopt new colours at will.
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The European Union is facing a threat to its very existence

The Treaty of Rome was signed 60 years ago this month. But can European leaders make the EU appealing to a new generation...

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How to succeed as a woman in politics

Be confident and don't succumb to "imposter syndrome". Bangladeshi-born British member of Parliament Rushanara Ali offers...

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Ocean: A 360-degree tour of the mysterious, magical corals of Palau | The Economist

Palau's vibrant corals are thriving, despite some of the warmest and most acidic waters in the world. In this virtual...

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Why are people choosing smaller dogs?

Small dogs are becoming increasingly popular around the world. Why are people choosing little pooches?
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Quantum technology opens up a world of possibilities

After a century confined to the laboratory, the quantum realm is turning its theoretical promise into practical...

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Gene editing and the future of doping in sport

What if you could hack your DNA to run faster, jump higher or become stronger? Gene doping is an advanced medical...

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Kal draws... how do you solve a problem like North Korea?

Will US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson be able to find a solution to one of Asia’s most pressing issues?
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The fragmentation of Dutch politics

Old divisions between right and left are breaking down, scattering voters in all directions. This will make governing the...

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What to look out for in President Trump’s first budget

The president's first budget provides a unique snapshot of how he is re-shaping American conservatism.
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What's the most common method of contraception?

Almost a century ago Dr Marie Stopes opened the first birth control clinic. We go out on the streets to ask which are the...

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Which gender is happier?

Smiling, enjoyment and laughter are just some of the ways of expressing happiness. We asked people in New York City if...

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Can President Trump control his impulses? A cartoon by Kal

As president, Donald Trump needs to pause, reflect and resist the urge to attack. That may be difficult.
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Why California's five-year drought pits almonds against salmon

Managing California's drought-striken water supply is a precarious balancing act. Water is being channeled south to aid...

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A crucial vote on American health care

A “no” vote on the American Health Care Act would be a blow to the Trump administration whose policy agenda is stalling....

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The deep ocean is the final frontier on planet Earth

The ocean covers 70% of our planet. The deep-sea floor is a realm that is largely unexplored, but cutting-edge technology...

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What could threaten Amazon’s empire?

Amazon accounts for more than half of every dollar spent online in America and is the world's leading provider of cloud...

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Why printed books are still popular

With social-media browsing a central feature in the lives of many, you could be forgiven for thinking that most people...

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Diving down to the deep ocean

Even in the perpetual darkness of the deepest ocean, scientists discover the discarded rubbish of modern life.
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