Learnt a thing or two while watching the solar eclipse on Friday? Prove it here.
The newspaper has yet to either confirm or deny the speculation. This post has been updated.
This was an opportunity for social media users to engage in a historic political moment. Instead, they scrawled penises.
“The message Page 3 sends out is that beauty is young, slim, usually white, and with big boobs.”
The singer was accused of boasting that she could help supply class A drugs to an undercover reporter. But she walked free today as the judge called the reporter’s evidence into question.
Ed is reportedly “very, very sorry”.
The Sun is today delivering a special edition to 22 million homes. There have been some creative responses.
The newspaper dispatched a journalist to the Russian embassy dressed as the Eurovision winner as a stunt to annoy conservative Russians.
The Sun has excelled itself with this useful infographic showing the average length of penises in 28 countries.
Explaining the media’s current obsession.
The Sun marked the Bard’s 450th birthday in playful fashion today. These images did not appear on the actual front page: they formed part of a tribute inside the paper.
The German team didn’t see the funny side of headlines about their star player Bastian Schweinsteiger.
It’s safe to say that these leading UK newspaper companies are not the best of friends.
The deal is News Corp’s first since becoming a standalone company.
This was inevitable.
Help, I’m so much love with David Tennant I’ve tried to stop by pretending that he’s a terrorist.
Students support ban on Page 3.
Does humanity stand a chance against our sun’s ultimate fate?
“Mental patients” and people with symptoms of mental illness are not the same thing.
A patriotic BuzzFeed tribute to our glorious nation.
THIS IS OUR BRITAIN… apparently.
This is the greatest dick move in the history of journalism.
In a secret recording obtained by a U.K. news organization, Rupert Murdoch indicates that he knew of the practice of paying for information.
Sub-editors, we salute you.
The Sun says sorry to aliens.
All this morning’s front pages.
The first man on the moon recounts his view of the heavens from the lunar surface in this rare interview with the BBC.
After getting kicked out of a party at The Savoy in London, this “rolling-drunk reveller” falls down a stairway but continues into the night. This is a real man of steel.
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A NASA space observatory monitored the most dramatic solar flares in five years on Tuesday. Here are the amazing photos and video, via The Daily Mail.
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