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When Anne-Marie Slaughter published an article in The Atlantic, titled Why Women Still Can't Have It All in 2012, it became the most-read article ever published in the magazine.
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This is a sex documentary with a difference. We join the presenter on his own journey towards having less-awkward sex.
New data shows that the NSW lockout laws are working to cut drunken assaults.
Broadcaster Richard Fidler and author Kari Gislason visited Iceland to record the Icelandic sagas on location and to resolve a mystery about Kari's family history.
Running has benefits that go beyond pure fitness.
Gloria Steinem has opened up about her peripatetic childhood in her new book My Life on the Road.
The man likely to become the Republican nominee in the U.S Presidential race was one of five children, and displayed a pugnacious character from early childhood.
For decades after the publication of The Diary of Anne Frank, teenagers around the world wrote to her father Otto, the sole surviving member of "the Annex".
Among them were five Australian girls.
Addicts desperate to wean themselves off drugs or alcohol are increasingly turning to private rehabilitation providers.
But at around $30 000 a month, they are expensive, and there's an increasing concern that the sector isn't well regulated.
Melbourne’s Festival of Live Art is presenting a theatre performance where you have the opportunity to meet six young geniuses all with a different area of expertise.