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Zander Sherman's journey with his schizophrenic brother.
Duncan Forgan reports on the blood sport in the land of a thousand smiles.
A.J. Jacobs makes use of effective altruism to find out which charity he should and should not donate his USD1,000 to.
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When her daughter came out as transgender, she never imagined her husband would be next.
"Promoting prostitution" is a Class-D felony, guys.
Revisiting his 1995 cover story in a special edition of Esquire.
Charlie Teasdale investigates the new breed of boozer changing the British pub landscape.
A long road of new low after new low.
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Earnst Moodi reminds us to celebrate what's great about the Singapore music scene.
Idris Elba reflects on the highs and lows of a life in the spotlight, from lecturing Parliament on diversity to dealing with those never-ending James Bond rumours.
Tesla will unveil its first affordable car today.
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