The "waiterless" restaurants were once iconic symbols of the Big Apple.
Thirty years ago, the village of Dobrusa had about 200 residents. At the start of this year, it had just three. And now there is just one.
Gavin Watson was a hero of the struggle against apartheid. But this once-powerful businessman is now caught up in a sweeping inquiry that goes to the heart of how a nation is run
Four decades ago Egypt embarked on the most ambitious new cities building program in the world.
Every May, the US Coast Guard and the Royal Navy hold a ceremony on a sliver of North Carolina land where four English World War Two soldiers are buried.
Using a robotic sub, a team of investigators has detected traces of radiation leaking from Komsomolets—a Soviet nuclear submarine that sank 30 years ago in the Norwegian Sea. The recorded radiation levels are unusually high, but scientists say it’s not threatening humans or marine life.
A yearlong project to capture the voices of workers facing unprecedented global change.
Journalist Amos Barshad meets with "Putin whisperer" Aleksandr Dugin to try to understand how a shadowy advisor exerts influence.
When three CIA agents bungle their way into Fidel Castro's clutches on the eve of the most dangerous international standoff of the 20th century, they are sentenced to Cuba's most notorious prison, the Isle of Pines. Escape seems impossible, but then came a Hail Mary plan.
David isn't sure how many wildfires he lit around Australia's southern coast — but he's very clear on what made him do it.
A close aide to Italy's deputy prime minister Matteo Salvini held covert talks to pump Russian oil money to his far-right party. BuzzFeed News has the tape.
How do you turn an Italian idyll into a trash-choked nightmare? Add tourists.
Crop pattern changes, waning forest cover, an explosion of borewells, the death of a river, and more — have produced dramatic effects on land, air, water, forests and climate in Andhra Pradesh's Anantapur district.
Things got a bit out of control for a Carnival cruise ship trying to dock in Venice in the middle of a storm.
Psychedelic drugs, pubic hair pies, Maypole dancing, human sacrifices, sex and the fact and fiction of the actual Summer Solstice.
The use of genetic testing to demonstrate degrees of mixture in Latin American populations has had perverse consequences that are also potentially dangerous.
The US women’s national team has won in France and will now continue its fight for equal pay.
A new short film reveals how the Dutch city reengineered itself around the bicycle, with life- and money-saving results.
Hidden beneath the lush jungles of central Vietnam lies a deep subterranean labyrinth that holds three of the world's four biggest caves.
Despite what the movies tell you, very few of the Earth's 1,500 potentially active volcanoes actually contain bubbling pools of lava.
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