Counting calories and limiting portion sizes are hallmarks of the so-called starvation diet trend.
You can’t go online for five minutes these days without seeing some discussion around fake news.
Black Panther was by no means a guaranteed success for Marvel.
In comparison to the Oscars, the Baftas are a smaller affair.
By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes.
Despite being one of the cornerstones of the internet, YouTube does not currently have a public valuation.
Jet Li, Jackie Chan, Bruce Lee, and now Jack Ma.
London Fashion Week is now upon us.
Now that Nintendo has achieved a runaway success with their Switch console, there’s a little more flexibility to do what Nintendo do best: experiment.
Starting in April, Eurostar will be running direct trains from London to Amsterdam.
In a major new investment for London’s arts scene, a former cinema in Hackney has received an investment of £1.9m towards its transformation into a ‘socially-minded’ arts centre.
Germans are finally spending more money on cards and internet transfers than cash.
Thomas Cook has flown the first batch of British tourists out to Tunisia since the Foreign Office advised against all but essential visits in 2015 after two terror attacks.
British company AudioBoom looks to gain a huge boost as it plans a $185m takeover of Triton Digital.
It seems more viewers are streaming than ever if recent trends are to be believed.
The discounters are continuing to put pressure on major supermarket chains by the looks of a new survey from consumer surveyor Which.
A new lawsuit has foiled the prospective sale of the Weinstein Company.
Verdict has used science to create a definitive list of the 50 best romantic movies of all time.
Bermuda has become the first place in the world to walk back on gay marriage rights.
There are few events more closely associated with their home city than Rio De Janeiro’s Carnival, also known as Carnevale Di Rio.
These days a trip to the cinema isn’t always about seeing the latest films.
The Freemasons are causing something of a ruckus in Britain at the moment.
Despite being met with protests on their arrival, North Korea’s famous Moranbong Band and Samjiyon art troupe are proving major ticket-sellers at the Winter Olympics.
Disney’s first quarter earnings for the 2018 fiscal year will be reported after the US market tonight.
Another powerful male business leader has stepped down over allegations of inappropriate behaviour at work.
In light of the October 2016 decision to expand London’s Heathrow Airport, a new public consultation is taking place.
Despite being released in December, Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle is back at the top of the US box office charts.
As the only broadcast with over 100m viewers, the Super Bowl is by far the biggest night for American broadcasting.
In the Oscars’ 90 year history, only twice have there been an incorrect announcement of the winners.
January has finally come to an end, which means for vast swathes of people the so-called dry January challenge has also ended.