Finance

Meet the wildly successful portfolio manager whose history degree is his secret weapon for crushing Wall Street

Matt Moberg, who manages the $5 billion Franklin DynaTech Fund, saw his portfolio smash benchmarks in 2017 with a 39% return. A big part of Moberg's investment success stems from the lessons he learned pursuing his undergraduate degree in European history

World

Holding the Key: Jerusalem's Church of the Holy Sepulchre

A look at Jerusalem's Church of the Holy Sepulchre, its turbulent history and the different denominations using it.

Gaming

Soul Calibur 6: Release date, Characters roster, Guest characters, news for PS4, Xbox, PC

BANDAI NAMCO is stepping back onto the stage of history once more - here's everything you need to know about the new Soul Calibur 6 game.

World

Revealed: Churchill's secret affair and the painting that could have damaged his reputation

The year is 1942 and Britain’s wartime Prime Minister is at the White House for a summit with the President of the United States to discuss the progress of the war against Nazi Germany.

Gaming

Weekend Hot Topic, part 2: Video gaming’s most overrated classic

GameCentral readers name the most over-hyped video games in history, from Half-Life 2 to Metal Gear Solid.

Business

Provident tests the water on £500m rights issue

Doorstep loans giant Provident ­Financial has been sounding out investors about a bumper cash call as it seeks to draw a line under the most disastrous period in its 140-year history.

World

What abandoned Olympic venues from around the world look like today

Dado Ruvic/ReutersHosting the Olympics can be an economic burden on a country, especially if the host nation has to build venues for the games. Throughout Olympic history, we've seen that once the games are over, these venues often become abandoned, crumb

Business

The Science (And Chaos) Of Popularity

Hit Makers, by Derek Thompson, is a first-rate business history book that also helps you understand why some things become popular and some things don't.

World

14 rooms in the White House you probably never knew existed, including a music room, chocolate shop, and bowling alley

Vacclav/Shutterstock.com If you're well-versed on White House facts, you probably know the presidential residence has 132 rooms. However, fewer people know about rooms like the chocolate shop and the bowling alley. There are also rooms that have changed

Sport

Ledecka makes history with double gold in skiing and snowboarding

It was another historic day for Ester Ledecka, the surprise star of PyeongChang 2018.

Books

The Fountain in the Forest by Tony White review – alternative social history

An avant-garde take on the pulp crime genre becomes a paean to liberty and a secret history of the 1980s“I like detecting,” Gertrude Stein once wrote. “There are so many things to detect, why did somebody say what they said, why did somebody cut out

Science

The Wild, Wild West: Saloon showcases American frontier, cowboy history

So, a guy walks into a bar –and in this case, stumbles upon not just any bar—an historic western saloon on the old frontier with original artifacts displayed throughout.

United States

Milwaukee man gets life without parole in triple-homicide

A man with a history of mental illness was sentenced Friday to life in prison with no possibility of parole for killing three of his neighbors in a Milwaukee apartment building.

Politics

How old is Hillary Clinton, what happened in the US election, what is her net worth and what was her Grammays cameo?

HILLARY Clinton was all set to become the first female president of the US, before Donald Trump produced the biggest political upset in modern history to defeat her. Here’s everything we know about the Democrat, her failed White House bid, and what

America

After the Florida school shooting, it's no wonder the youth are turning to protest

After the surviving teenagers of America's latest fatal school shooting have spoken out about gun control, David Barnett looks at why throughout history, it's been young people who have paved the way for meaningful change

Science

Rare Beatles letter surfaces, up for auction in the UK

A rare letter from the Beatles to an Atlanta DJ is up for auction in the U.K. this weekend.

Business

Smartphone sales are slowing and here are two key reasons why

Global smartphone sales saw their first year-on-year fall in history, according to new data.

Wales

Carmarthenshire Council flies LGBT flag after U-turn

The rainbow flag is flying outside Carmarthenshire County Hall ahead of LGBT history month.

Business

RBS in profit: Royal Bank of Scotland's journey from Fred 'The Shred' Goodwin to back in black

As the majority public-owned lender breaks a 10-year losing streak, it's worth revisiting its turbulent recent history

Sport

Ester Ledecka, Czech Two-Sport Superstar, On Deck for Historic Double Gold

Can Ester Ledecka pull off the improbable, if not impossible? That’s the question pretty much no one thought they’d be asking at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics Games. But perhaps the best pure athletic achievement of these Olympics — an

Science

Ancient statue of Nubian king found in Nile River temple

Remains of a 2,600-year-old statue with an inscription written in Egyptian hieroglyphics has been discovered in a temple at Dangeil, an archaeological site along the Nile River in Sudan.

Science

Who created these strange, ancient sculptures hidden in the Saudi desert?

There's a place in the desert where the ghosts of camels seem to loom out of ancient rocks.

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