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Who invented the 'Booty Call'?
Survivors of an untelevised war talk to Lenny Letter.
One bald man's quest.
Five things that happened this week that everyone should read about.
Craft breweries find inroads to the Czech Republic.
And he gave David Granger and Scott Raab some life advice.
A decade ago, it was hard to find a laugh in the Red Dot. Now there's almost too much comedy to take in.
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 systemówith some playtime in between.
From a single mother just above the poverty line to a real-estate millionaire.
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?
"Your intrusive thoughts will disrupt the most beautiful moments in your life."
Will Hersey gives a first-hand account of being diagnosed with the biggest cancer in young men.
The Man Utd legend ushered in a new era of footballers as pin-ups, playboys and pop culture icons.
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.
Two years ago, the Bolivian government passed a bill to lower the minimum working age to 10. For the government, and the child workers, this was a step in the right direction.
The ex-heavyweight champion of the world fools around in Chicago these days, more or less in exile, because he won't go.
Alex Schlempp recounts the journey he took to give his mother the gift of death.
An excerpt from Ruthless, a new memoir by Ron Miscavige, the father of the leaders of the Church.
Duncan Forgan reports on the blood sport in the land of a thousand smiles.
Zander Sherman's journey with his schizophrenic brother.