We hope he gets paid in doggy treats.
We could literally listen to this artist, Bigman, beatbox all day.
Beneath the relentless churn of steel, wood, and dust, the Indian railway is made entirely of stories.
The audacity of this guy at Pamplona's annual running of the bulls is just unbelievable.
When Lyon became a major center for silk trade, the traboules allowed the silk traders, known as canuts, to easily move their good from the river to the markets in the city center.
"People don’t realize, but there’s an enormous amount of data that has never been put into digital archives," Schmidt says.
Souad Mekhennet’s thrilling tale of late-night rendezvous, burner phones, and secret codes — and her quest to reveal the man in black.
Nearly 400 are dead and 600 are still unaccounted for as rescue efforts continue in Freetown.
For many of us, there was one place where the wounds caused by the wall could be salved: Friendship Park.
Rather, experts say what Kim is searching for can be summed up in one word: survival.
Even though sex work has been legal in the Netherlands for over seventeen years, local government is still struggling to make the practice safe and socially acceptable.
Sex workers in Mozambique are providing health support to those at the margins of society. They face political and financial challenges, but against the odds are helping thousands.
Strange structures start to appear all around as one drives toward the DMZ from either side of the border.
While the world watches North Korea launch missiles, the very paranoid supreme leader has been busy eliminating anyone in his family who might knock him off the throne.
Dozens of Western idealists have snuck into northern Syria to take on ISIS in Raqqa, but some US officials consider them a potentially dangerous nuisance.
"On a scale of one to ten, my fear level is 0.5. I’m not rushing down to the store for emergency supplies," one resident says.
President Trump has spent the week making alarming statements about his willingness to go to war with North Korea, and you may be freaking out. To help you make sense of it all, here are five of the best pieces of commentary and analysis on North Korea we've read this week.
The social media giant has quietly authorized the release of a Chinese version of its Moments app, a highly unusual move that raises transparency questions.
The South Korean megacity has lived in the crosshairs of North Korean artillery for decades. What’s new is that the rest of the world is feeling the heat.
The 2016 Summer Games were supposed to bring Rio and Brazil to new financial and athletic heights. What's left behind? A city and country shrouded by corruption, debt and broken promises.
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