Piles of fake snow at the Olympics are just the latest sign of an industry on the brink.
Boycotts, a bear mascot, and a powerful head of state. Some things don't change.
An estimated 700,000—more than the city's population of 635,000—welcomed the Seahawks home, without major incident.
A cutting-edge building material promises structures that are both sustainable and ... compostable.
You'd have to kayak out to use it, though.
Ideas for putting the city's "ghost stations" to good use.
It includes eight circles where buildings once stood and thousands of Native American artifacts.
Although technically, it should be the "Dude Abiding Park."
They're all in California, according to this NOAA-informed map.
The way society is organized means that most of us don't sleep when our bodies naturally want to. A small town in Germany wants to change that.
Animal activists estimate that thousands of dogs have been killed under the government's Olympics-motivated crackdown.
It's not just snow down there, at the bottom of the world.
See if you can identify the imposters lurking among these ridiculous sounding, yet oh-so-real beers.
The former Soviet dictator loved vacationing in the coastal resort town.
Days from the opening ceremonies, constructions crews are still at work on hotels, shops, and sidewalks.
How about some Jay-ziti?
But Americans still predominate.
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