These old coal stacks hit the ground with a deeply enjoyable whumpf.
Rain that will likely never arrive, that is.
It surely wouldn't work, but this plan to address Brazil's housing crisis is a good example of dreaming big.
A sad tale of extremely poor transportation planning.
The last time this happened was in the 1870s.
Thirty days, 30 random cabbie journeys based on actual location data.
One way to get back at the neighbors? Block their light and views.
Is it safe to come out from under the bed now?
On Sunday, set your sights east to catch the fiery ascent of a resupply for the International Space Station.
Doctors say that hotter weather is linked with everybody's favorite cause of blood in the urine, and that kids could be most affected.
The massive bloom floating in the Atlantic seemingly exploded out of nowhere.
It's an experiment that might not immediately catch on in the fashion-conscious city.
Well, it really depends on how your friends feel about eating bugs.
All eyes in Japan are on Super Typhoon Neoguri, a tremendous storm set to create 40-foot-tall waves.
That's because distracting the brain with Candy Crush and Facebook "improves employee well-being," according to one researcher.
Biologists say the majestic swimmers' "pump" mechanism filters the oceans of carbon.
Please note that these nigiri-themed suitcases are not edible.
A New York art exhibit explores the scars war left on the landscape.
An amusing invention with a dark origin story.