Espresso too bitter for you? Try a cold-brew coffee, which is said to be sweeter and smoother
American starts world's first crowdfunding page to set up a kingdom in northeast Africa
The term marks a shift from titles that traditionally denoted a person's marital status, profession and gender
Sources insist the letters sent to government ministers 'are much more boring than people think they are'
The complex El Nino phenomenon is likely to lead to extreme weather events, including a harsher winter in Europe
The 70th anniversary of VE Day is being commemorated with ceremonies, parades and street parties
Prime minister announces priorities in Downing Street after defying pre-election predictions
The best reaction to last night's eventful election
Conservatives win 'shock' Commons majority as Ed Miliband stands down as Labour leader
Conservatives strongly outperform expectations, according to exit poll, and Lib Dems could make up the numbers
Britain's boisterously partisan newspapers have thrown up a few surprises this year, offering support in unexpected ways
Can you take a selfie in a polling booth, do you need ID, and what happens if you've lost your polling card?
Domestic football has been suspended in Spain in a row over TV rights – will the season end early?
The Week’s poll-watcher Don Brind lists the key results to watch for if you’re staying up in front of the TV
The polls are deadlocked and few are predicting anything other than a hung parliament
Polls have opened in what is expected to be the tightest election for several decades
Scientific study of pop genealogy pinpoints the three years that revolutionised music
Laptop-tablet hybrid does a passable impression of both devices, but is still no match for the purebreds, reviewers say
The Penny Black, introduced 175 years ago today, helped pave the way for passionate, private letter-writing
As the Finnish navy fires warning shots at suspected Russian submarine, Putin's neighbours appear to be banding together for protection