A former paratrooper was told he would never walk again. He didn’t listen.
On May 15, amateur and professional photographers around the world will pause to preserve a mosaic of modern moments for posterity. Here’s how you can participate.
As people look for a way to make a quick buck in the throes of the economic downturn, a “metal rush” is sweeping through the Czech Republic.
One email a day, from a random person, talking about whatever they want. But don’t even think about calling it spam.
Relics from the legendary Chinese archaeological site are now on display in New York City. Here’s what you need to know
One of the first pieces of debris to surface after Japan’s tsunami last year, the motorcycle swam 4,000 miles to safety.
What may be a first for Twitter, the National Zoo offered tweet-by-tweet updates as Mei Xiang the giant panda underwent her eighth artificial insemination procedure.
Conditions for women have improved slightly over the last 20 years, but many areas still suffer from incredible inequality, violence and educational disparity
Chinese teenager survives a 20-foot drop through an invisible sinkhole
Homicide and violent crime rates in the U.S. have decreased over the last two decades, but keeping the peace still costs taxpayers plenty … that is, unless you’re from Maine
A Colombian DJ sets the sordid tale of prostitutes and presidential protection to a catchy beat.
More than a year after Japan’s devastating tsunami, a youngster’s prized possession has been found 3,000 miles across the world