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From a single mother just above the poverty line to a real-estate millionaire.
Isaac Hempstead Wright talks Bran, set dynamics, and the best way to die.
Hate having a camera? With Google's Project Ara, you can soon remove it.
Dr. Maria Strydom's body remains 26,000 feet up the mountain.
The Singapore government is taking a new holistic approach to its education system. Kirsten Han investigates why the country is unlearning from its success and how this fits the children of the system—with some playtime in between.
The Motorola RAZR is set to be resurrected.
Another step in the battle against poaching and the illegal trade of wildlife parts.
Fairy tales include picturesque canals, cobblestone paths and a pipeline just for beer.
Enjoy ceiling frescoes and opulent settings before you even arrive at the palace of Versailles.
Sanjiv Bhattacharya has reached his mid-forties without having kids. Now it looks like he probably won't ever be a father. And he's fine with that. Isn't he?
From pewter to lipstick, Jarrod Lim mirrors his multifaceted designs in both disposition and principle.
11 joyful photographs celebrating love.
Yes, you can keep it moderate without losing any street cred.
It's time to face the reality. Oh dear.
Self-driving cars offer new possibilities, such as the potential to pull epic pranks.
Who should be Daniel Craig's successor as 007? With Tom Hiddleston being backed by the bookies and Idris Elba and Tom Hardy never out of the running, Esquire UK's Editor-in-Chief Alex Bilmes has an alternative suggestion.
The brilliant films of the last three decades that have fallen through the cracks of time.
Five things that happened this week that everyone should read about.
"Your intrusive thoughts will disrupt the most beautiful moments in your life."
It lets you track where people are going in real time.
What do the stars hold for you this weekend? We don’t know, astrology isn’t a science. But here are three things you can definitely choose to do, no matter what the stars say.