Shattered by the rape and subsequent death of a student in Delhi in 2012, a graduate student in psychology wanted to know why they did it — and if they felt remorse.
This really puts all the mass-produced umbrellas to shame.
Nestled into the steep slope of a mountain, this remarkable thousand-year-old village in northern Iran has evolved an unusual approach to open space: its rooftops double as public lanes and gathering places.
Oh my god, what fresh hell is this?
America invented the three-digit credit score. Now companies in China are taking the idea to the extreme, using big data to track and rank what you do — your purchases, your pastimes, your mistakes.
This is... an extremely bad idea.
No longer satisfied with crude roadside bombs, ISIS is doing something unprecedented for a jihadist group: designing and mass-producing its own advanced munitions.
Finland shares an 833-mile border with an aggressive and unpredictable neighbor. That proximity led to a major conflict during World War II — the horrific Winter War — and even now it keeps Finns nervous.
In South Africa thousands of boys are initiated into manhood each year, but all too often they lose far more than they gain.
Its government is virtual, borderless, blockchained, and secure. Has this tiny post-Soviet nation found the way of the future?
2017 was a rough year in a lot of ways, but it was a stellar year for observing the beauty in nature through a camera lens.
North Korea has a pedigree when it comes to the World Cup and was considered one of Asia's stronger teams. But the facts on the ground had changed.
Ah, Sweden, where kindly older men on their morning constitutionals disentangle distressed elks as a matter of course.
I have thereby discovered that from the American perspective, German job applications are monumentally (and unsurprisingly) thorough — some might even call them invasive.
There's something weirdly charming about the way the man and the woman in this video keep talking to their marsupial invader as though it's susceptible to logical reasoning.
May you someday be as good at something as this guy is at capturing dangerous snakes that have somehow made their way inside people's homes.
What if, instead of steadily rising until they kill us, our planet's oceans were slowly draining until they killed us?
Winter is good sometimes.
Russia's strongman president has many Americans convinced of his manipulative genius. He's really just a gambler who won big.
Kim Seok-cheol fled his home country three decades ago but is still struggling to become a citizen in the South.
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