If your hometown's been shot by astronaut/prolific shutterbug Chris Hadfield, it's probably viewable on this interactive map.
More than half of Poland doesn't seem to be reading anything. Would a more festive library design help them pick up a book?
Extreme-sports enthusiasts Jokke Sommer and Ludovic Woerth take a hair-raising ride through Brazil's urban jungle.
Researchers say lethal strains of influenza are most likely to arise next in coastal China, the Nile Delta and elsewhere.
People who are very enthusiastic about irrational numbers, it turns out.
Out of the Netherlands comes this unusual design for a streamlined commuting recumbent.
The mayor says citizens are "irritated by people who speak a different language" and have "different manners."
And the fungal communities are quite different from what's found in the city's parks.
One-quarter of men surveyed also reported sitting down to pee so they could use their phones with both hands.
The vegetation around Winnipeg now looks as lush as what's growing in Minneapolis, according to a NASA-funded study.
The "STD Triage" app lets you email pictures of your "intimate problem" to a panel of dermatologists.
A look at the health consequences of coal's rising popularity.
People from Oklahoma City to New York will get to gawk at the fuming iceball at last, which could be bright enough to see with the naked eye.
For one thing, he's not happy with your iPod earbuds.
For the next two years, San Francisco will get to stare at a shimmering, ever-changing galaxy of lights on the Bay Bridge.
It's only for three days, so catch it if you can.
People who traveled east of San Francisco to view the Bay Lights could see nothing but cold rain and horrible traffic.
This device to "see" people trapped behind flames also makes them look supremely creepy.
The Mu Thermal Imager, which detects drafty doors and windows, aims to be an affordable device for improving your home's energy efficiency.