Credit this architect for building a transportation hub that looks like it'd eat you alive.
Bathroom users warn of the boogers, blood and unbearable stench in the U.K's allegedly three foulest loos.
Beautifying burnt-out cars, wrecked storefronts and other urban blight with the power of colored paint.
Inside one artist's mission to cover the city with blue bugs.
The safety benefit may be debatable, but who cares?
Many folks would pay not to toe a skinny ledge atop Toronto's CN Tower, but that's the attraction of "EdgeWalk."
Also, zombies are banished in Siberia and Taiwan makes it legal to buy suicide materials.
Tata Motors zero-pollution Airpod is inching closer to becoming a real thing.
These bespoke costumes are both cute and acidic, a commentary on all the birds that America has destroyed.
An L.A. firefighter explains how bottle rockets are often to blame when palms catch fire.
A pedestrian's life in the capital of Azerbaijan is about as scary as it gets.
The bridge is the longest and tallest tunnel-to-tunnel bridge ever built. It's a natural magnet for anybody who likes doing improbable things.
And other developments in world bathroom news.
The city of Águeda is awash in a strange kind of street art.
Could you be so calm hanging off the pinnacle of Dubai's Burj Khalifa?
Almost certainly not, but that isn't stopping Fox News commentators from seeing a "female Muslim suicide bomber."
Going to jail has never been so fun.
Also, a British city forbids its own employees from watching the Olympics and a Tennessee burg attacks noisy street preaching.
Artist Steed Taylor unravels the story behind Chicago's "Galloon," a tribute to out gays and lesbians in the military.