This British homage to the popular dystopian game has everything (except the shooting-at-the-cops stuff, of course).
Street artists decry the "hypocrisy" of the President's plea for military action in Syria.
The borough appears to have suffered a zoo break, with gorillas, chimps, and even an iguana inside building ventilation shafts.
American hospitals that provide high-quality, affordable treatment tend to hail from the heartland, according to a new visualization.
Should New York's newest outdoor furniture look like a pretzel, a folded-up newspaper, or Marcel Duchamp's Nude Descending a Staircase?
According to a controversial 1885 map, it was rife with gambling parlors, opium dens, and plentiful houses of "white prostitution."
Inside a team of researchers' quest to see what happens to people when they're exposed repeatedly to Kinkade's saccharine artworks.
It's full of grumpy-looking businessmen and bombed-out buildings.
Nighttime images show the gradual spread of the tremendous wildfire, which is burning brighter than the city lights of Reno.
In its defense, though, it looks awesomely terrifying.
With the power of trompe l'oeil, Mike Hewson tries to give hope to New Zealanders "surrounded by decay and uncertainty."
The cow poop-crunching insects play a small but vibrant role in reducing greenhouse gases, scientists report.
The immense plants live under the Space Needle and blast anybody passing underneath with a harmony of voices.
See where 11,967 cyclones overlap in space in this fascinating look at the planet's most powerful storms.
The embattled mayor, who is facing accusations of sexual harassment from more than a dozen women, blamed a "lynch mob" of politicians and media interests for his ouster.
The world's waistlines won't know what hit them when this cheap, all-night fry dispensary catches on.
"Mind the Gap" takes advantage of open data to present a rotating, zoomable, ambient-noise-inflected model of London's train system.
The weird psychology of deciding what to do with your trash.
With bright paint and an eye out for the police, Francisco de Pájaro transforms street rubbish into hilarious googly-eyed freaks.