France's 5 million Muslims say they often feel left out of mainstream society, as well as the job force.
Is this good for America?
Why street artists are livid about four new murals in East London and near the 2012 Olympics infrastructure.
Funerals are lavish affairs and, often, a burdensome expense.
Photographer Matt Hurst chronicles the crumbling ruins of Unity House.
The Wall chronicles life in East Berlin and the many, desperate escape attempts.
Local officials say the mountainside villa on top of a Beijing apartment tower will be torn down in the next 15 days.
Passer-bys say Ford was boozing it up in public Friday night. And reports of a "suspicious" after hours visit to a local jail last spring have surfaced.
Thanks to a design flaw, the current lift can't reach the top half of the building. How does this even happen?
How the city evolved from a timber town to a high-tech powerhouse.
Ulan Bator's explosive growth has left new residents without affordable housing, meaning 60 percent of the city lives in tent settlements off the grid.
International passengers are still stranded while officials come up with alternative plans.
It has the festivals, museums and many murals to prove it.
See the first-ever map of the city, and how it evolved over a century.
Travel back in time to Buffalo, 1979.
A luxury real estate developer in Hangzhou thought it could cash in on China's love for all things French. It hasn't worked out that way.
Meet the Hong Kong architecture firm currently in favor with Kim Jong Un.
Berlin's 1936 Olympic Village once housed Nazis and Soviets. Today, there's an effort to convert the neglected site into a museum.
NORFORCE surveils the country's sparsely populated northern coast and territories.