Behold the immense, shambling Franken-animals of Lisbon artist Bordalo II.
The fingerprint of climate change is as visible here as the big letters on an eye chart.
It's like the new iTunes, yet somehow worse.
There's even an app that helps the hearing impaired converse with passengers who can't sign.
Name that critter—from the comfort of your couch.
People in small-scale societies don't have the same preferences for sex-specific traits that those in urbanized environments do.
The credit supply shock led white households in the U.S. to leave mixed neighborhoods at a faster rate than black households could move into them.
That super-fit dude you see going to the gym every morning probably consumes more alcohol than you, according to new research.
The law protects your right to loiter, but the line between "hanging out" and "committing a crime" is blurry.
A pair of physicists tackle a seemingly simple, incredibly complicated question.
Spain's capital city aims to unclog its highly trafficked center by putting the hurt on drivers' wallets.
Ryan Messer and his grassroots group Believe in Cincinnati never took no for an answer.
Activists are mounting their latest—and likely doomed—push to grant residents of the nation's capital more voice in their government.
When (not if) the zombie apocalypse is upon us, these posters can guide you to safety.
A haunting photo exhibit shows the steps people are taking to adapt to the angry ocean.
Unlike most new lines in U.S. cities, the Center City Connector would operate in its own exclusive lane.
The most important lesson from our State of the City poll may be how much urban, suburban, and rural Americans are concerned about the same things.
"Disobey and grasp your destiny" is the rallying cry as protesters settle in for a week of action to demand voting rights in their semi-autonomous nation.
In a weird twist, the swarm itself resembles a huge butterfly.