You can set your iPod to blast from a bench in Moscow. Ugh.
A new report predicts that more than half of America will live in a metro area with a million people or more by 2042.
The roof of the London Aquatic Center is an undulating wave of aluminum supported by Red Lauro timber and more than 3,000 tons of steel.
The town of Baia Mare has relocated its Roma population to decrepit Communist-era buildings, and walled in their new home.
With a Twitter-based mood-measuring lightshow displayed on the London Eye, we're about to find out.
A school in Portland, Oregon, is housed in a super-green building. And that's just the beginning.
There are skyscrapers. And then there are skypenetrators, like the X-Seed 4000.
A few scenes have been trimmed to ensure all attendees will be able to catch the last trains home.
With a bit of CGI help, we now know what it would look like if New York City was one big amusement park.
Police shuttered 87 establishments this weekend. Perhaps gatherings of caffeinated, web-savvy young people make the government nervous?
An architect designs a one square meter home that you can sit, stand, even sleep in.
A light and sound installation helps foreigners pronounce crazy Danish street names.
Some intriguing scenes from the world's largest museum and research complex.
Why the Dark Knight's relationship to his city is unlike that of any other superhero.
Hundreds of "peace tents" will be illuminated to commemorate the ancient Olympic Truce.
Tour a secret cave that once housed Chinese military leader Lin Biao.
A street artist has laid impossible-to-complete track and swim lanes all throughout the city.
With only 10 days until the Opening Ceremonies, images from all over the city as it the Games draw ever closer.