Emerging economies promote their new shopping centers with ambitious, strange commercials.
Photos of the benchmark 1963 event, side-by-side with images from today.
New York Airways used to help air travelers get from airport to airport (and Manhattan) by helicopter.
Stone Town, Zanzibar, experienced about 40 minutes of British bombardment in 1896.
They can map the country's historic sites faster than humans, while also monitoring the areas for intruders.
And for a month before and after.
Because Rob Ford.
This mysterious temple is tightly secured, with cameras and a fingerprint lock.
Nassau Coliseum will lose the Islanders in 2015. But developers say with a serious revamp, that might not be a problem.
Russia may spend as much as $50 billion on new sports venues, better public transit, and modernized electric power systems.
Torre de David was supposed to be an office skyscraper for Caracas. Then the city's economy collapsed, and squatters took over.
Police and local reporters are slowly putting the complicated puzzle behind Ford and his strange circle of associates together.
How we learned to use Polariod's precursor to capture urban life.
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.