The number of people jumping to their deaths from San Francisco’s famous Golden Gate Bridge reached an all-time high in 2013, according to a safety watchdog group.
"Dr Allen Ault's account of supervising executions in the US state of Georgia was one of the most painful, searingly honest and courageous testimonies I have ever heard."
"Even after thirteen thousand years, avocado is clueless that the great mammals are gone."
MPs have come to despise 38 Degrees for clogging up their inboxes with emails from constituents. They need to get used to it - because this model of campaigning-by-email-bombardment isn't going away.
Pick up a spot welder and join the revolution.
The North London street where billionaires can buy homes, never live in them, let them rot and still make millions.
Shingle beaches are common in the UK but those that are stable enough to support vegetation are rare, not only in the UK but globally. Like any ecosystem, once you start to explore and look more closely you realize quite how specialized they are. How do plants grow where there is no soil and barely any fresh water?
I have stumbled upon a fascinating film made in 1967 about divorce - where members of the British upper and upper-middle classes talk in the most frank, gripping and sometimes incredibly moving way about the most intimate details of their private lives.
Long before the Metro, the steam trains of Petite Ceinture ("Little Belt" in English) connected Paris's main railway stations carrying people around the city along the path of its ancient walls.
Deep under the streets of the capital, a disused railway tunnel stretches for six miles. After being shut for a decade, there are now plans to reopen the London Post Office Railway - known to many as Mail Rail - as a tourist ride.