Bonnie Tyler, the champion of the power ballad, carries the hopes of the United Kingdom into the Eurovision song contest in the Swedish city of Malmo this weekend.
Tiger Woods reportedly romanced Lindsey Vonn while she was dating Kim Kardashian’s estranged husband Kris Humphries. The star golfer acknowledged his romance with Olympic skier Vonn on March 18 after several months of speculation.
Swedish explorers have all but completely put to rest any speculations regarding a spaceship at the bottom of the Baltic Sea. However, they are yet to identify the mysterious object they were looking for. Digital pictures that have been obtained from the team showing that the object, located beneath the waves of the […]
There could be nobody better suited to describe the hilarious, improbable triumph of Robert Bolao than Bolao himself, which is a shame because he’s dead.
New evidence of Soviet spyingIt read like a chapter of seabed science fiction, but last week Swedes were taking very seriously indeed a report by their government charging the Soviet Union with a spectacular underwater spy effort off the Swedish coast.
Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo has been ruled out of Portugal’s crucial final World Cup qualifier against Malta on Wednesday with an ankle injury. Ronaldo played with the injury in Portugal’s 3-0 home victory over Hungary on Saturday but lasted just 27 minutes before limping off
Two Americans and an Israeli were awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry on Wednesday for painstakingly mapping out the thousands of atoms that make up the ribosome — work that paves the way for new antibiotics. Inside all animals, plants and bacteria are DNA molecules that contain the blueprint for life
Three scientists won the Nobel Prize in physics on Tuesday for two breakthroughs that led to two major underpinnings of the digital age — fiber optics and digital photography, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. Charles K
A helicopter and explosives were used in an early morning raid on a cash depot in Stockholm, Sweden, police said Wednesday.
For a world first, the announcement came with remarkably little fanfare. But last month, the Swedish Riksbank entered uncharted territory when it became the world’s first central bank to introduce negative interest rates on bank deposits.