Normal pressure hydrocephalus, which causes mobility and memory issues, can be mistaken for dementia.
Developers and producers increasingly see the venues as a good way to boost an area.
The opposition in Zimbabwe says things are worse than under former leader Robert Mugabe – it it right?
Indonesia is the latest country to embark on moving its capital city. Here are some other examples.
Pakistan’s cricketer-turned-PM has had success abroad but struggled at home during a tough year in office.
A report finds the US’ defence strategy in the Indo-Pacific region is close to a crisis.
Meet the men whose lives have been changed by ‘boylesque’.
Instagrammer Tiffany Mitchell has been forced to deny faking a road crash for likes.
The Rescued Film Project aims to develop all the world’s unprocessed camera film.
Young men from poor neighbourhoods of Medellín, Colombia, risk their lives riding specially-adapted pushbikes down perilous mountain roads.
Amid controversy over private jets, some things you might not know about how the Royal Family gets about.
International brands accused of ‘exploiting’ workers in Japan
The head of police commissioners calls for harsher sentences for people who hurt police officers.
Sunday’s papers look ahead to Boris Johnson’s meeting with the US and European Council presidents.
Four people are injured as lightning strikes hit a tree at the season-ending Tour Championship in Atlanta.
Boris Johnson will meet US President Donald Trump at the G7 summit in France on Sunday.
People who post racist abuse on social media “hide behind fake identities”, says Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
A man is arrested on suspicion of murder and is in hospital being treated for minor injuries.
Coach Eddie Jones wars his England team that they are not ready to win the World Cup despite a record 57-15 win over Ireland.
Bolton Wanderers are given a deadline of Tuesday to complete the sale of the club or face expulsion from the English Football League.
‘There is belief and excitement’ – England can complete record run chase to keep Ashes alive, says Denly
England are “in with a real shout” of completing their highest fourth-innings chase and beating Australia to level the Ashes, says batsman Joe Denly.