When it comes to the Games, the West Coast dominates.
Our weekly look back at the stories you may have missed.
Big cities continue to dominate the competition for basketball superstars.
Almost certainly not, but that isn't stopping Fox News commentators from seeing a "female Muslim suicide bomber."
See garbage and cling wrap molded into sculpture.
An easy-to-carry lounge chair can be deployed against buildings and trees.
70 sectarians are found living in an underground bunker in Russia.
Hundreds of walkers get decked out in glowing lights and run over Arthur's Seat to illuminate the iconic landmark.
A French artist has built a giant water-sensitive light-board for your artistic pleasure.
A block-long plaza replaces an unnecessary parking lane with tables, shade, and perhaps a farmers’ market or beer garden.
Artist Steed Taylor unravels the story behind Chicago's "Galloon," a tribute to out gays and lesbians in the military.
How a little yardwork can reduce crime and improve a neighborhood's sense of safety.
Watch your vibrations battle geometric forms thanks to the handiwork of two Ukrainian architects.
It's basically a giant hole in the ground, designed to withstand Japanese earthquakes.
The best idea we've ever heard for swiping into the subway has sadly fallen on deaf ears. Any takers?
A designer in Milan creates mobile mini-parks.
Lawmakers want the sites of the Manhattan Project preserved as historical parks.