In Washington, D.C., this morning, Metro passengers found out.
Electrical lighting has allowed our bodies to move away from our natural clock.
Berlin's 1936 Olympic Village once housed Nazis and Soviets. Today, there's an effort to convert the neglected site into a museum.
A new book documents the tradition, commerce and politics of colorful bardas de baile.
What do you do, for instance, when you can't get a visa to pedal through Pakistan?
Workers in seven metro areas are striking, but their wages are even worse elsewhere.
New Haven's once sketchy Chatham Square is now safe, with annual festivals that draw visitors from around the city.
Investors from crisis-hit Arab regions are driving the city's real estate market.
Because they never offered him sexual harassment training, obviously.
The cities have been locked in battle since 1885, with no signs of stopping.
Also, New York updates its list of offensive license plates, and one rebellious bureaucrat thwarts Pennsylvania's anti-gay-marriage laws.
The curious results of walking tours in New York, Berlin and Mumbai.
Wind is lifting thousands of tons of desert sand into the air and blowing it over the Atlantic Ocean; this intriguing animation shows where it's headed.
It's way more than just a crazy thing you sometimes see on the local news. And almost no one is doing anything about it.
A start-up has recruited hundreds of dinner party hosts across Europe and South America. It's coming to New York -- will it succeed?
A video captures the dizzying pace of building in the country.
NORFORCE surveils the country's sparsely populated northern coast and territories.
A clever new peer-to-peer car-sharing scheme makes a lot of our standard travel expenses look like a huge waste of money.
Illuminated nightscapes are a new worldwide arena, where global cities will compete for recognition.