Dubya surprised everyone when he launched his new art exhibiton, featuring portraits of the world leaders he got to know as the former president. Unfortunately, some sleuths worked out that he'd just copied them all from Google and Wikipedia. Bush is yet to comment.
A campaign called Not A Bug Splat launched to combat the emotional detachment of drone operators. They placed a portrait of a child affected by drone strikes in Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa, a fiercely bombed region of Pakistan, to look drone operators in the eye.
We traced the history of the silicon prosthetic technology that gave birth to that nightmarish Emma Watson image.
This week saw the launch of INTIMACY 2.0, a dress that turns transparent if your heartrate accelerates. Horny, stressed or running for the bus? Whatever, you're gonna end up naked.
Disclosed CIA memos revealed that Dr Zhivago was used as a cultural weapon against the Soviets. Here are a few other ways the shadowy agency has tried to influence literature, film and art.
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