A sinkhole in Guangzhou has eaten six shops, a sidewalk and several trees.
An unusual map shows the city's still struggling with a foreclosure rate of epic proportions.
Dishing out the latest in public-toilet news.
First it was the extreme heat, now it's horrible drifts of smothering sea lather.
Post boxes, trash cans and lamp posts will chat up members of the public in what is perhaps the strangest public-art project to come out of the U.K.
Also, politicians in Naples are sick of you assuming they're all criminals, and the U.K. suspends the coolest teacher ever.
It's like a lamp store exploded in there!
The 114-degree heat in Sydney recently is nothing compared to 121-degrees recorded in Moomba.
The shifting of the 3,400-ton span is rumored to be the biggest bridge move in history.
Youngsil Lee's garment raises a shield of skin-puncturing needles when its wearer feels threatened (or is just being a jerk).
Also recently banned: a throat-slitting kite string in India and an Aussie grandma who made $1 million worth of false emergency phone calls.
Ladies, restrain yourselves.
Dennis Siegel claims his curious contraption feeds itself like a leech on ambient electromagnetic fields.
Air pollution has been particularly bad in China this week, with levels nine times above what the U.S. considers "unsafe."
The Tagtool app may cost an arm and a leg, but the results are weirdly fantastic.
This is not the Super Mario Bros. game you want the kids playing.
A Japanese construction company turns demolition into energy using something it calls a "big hat."