Fyre Festival: Ja Rule is luxury festival has descended The Hunger Games People are reportedly fighting over food
Mea Culpa: What goose was it, really? Confused fables and backfiring football metaphors in this week's Independent
Women paid men based salary, rules US The decision overturned a previous lower-court ruling, according to which pay differences based only on prior salaries were discriminatory below the country's Equal Pay Act
There is marijuana UK – is of? Seven years after the 1st cannabis-based pharmaceutical was made available in the UK – which helps Multiple Sclerosis suffers – it still costs more than £375 for around 270 doses
Government reduces Lloyds 1% UK Financial Investments, which manages the Government's stake, said on Friday that it now holds simply 0.89 per cent of Lloyds' shares
Viewpoint: Is inequality unimaginably worse? Could technology produce a world in which economic inequality becomes biological inequality?
2 US soldiers killed fighting Isis Afghanistan 'mother bombs' The announcement comes simply days after Secretary of Defence Jim Mattis' visit
Facebook Live killings: Why has been harsh 'They're not magicians'
All London cabs battery powered months 'The taxi trade will become looking to dramatically increase the number of journeys made with zero-exhaust emissions'
Israeli 'ready indict' Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gifts scandal Israeli leader's associates say expected recommendation for indictment is 'not a surprise' given 'countless leaks' from police to media