A dramatic art installation in Adelaide, Australia.
See if you can spot what went wrong in the media coverage of this Australian demolition.
The land just north of the city looks like a raging ocean of flames.
The iBag also supposedly will snitch to all your friends if you start spending too much.
Climate change will mean more frequent and more powerful El Niños, say researchers.
Here's a new take on the old frying-an-egg-on-the-sidewalk trick.
Lesson: Always look both ways when egressing from the steam-biscuit factory.
The 6-lane route has no lack of storefronts or homes, but it's not a place you'd want to spend much time.
There are roughly 100 blazes popping in southeastern Australia, making the sky almost as black as night.
Because they would.
Parasitic vines and weeping shrubs cascade down the facade of a super-green, under-construction highrise in Sydney.
Why let stupid biology dictate our beer drinking, when we can just switch to an experimental hydrating brewski?
NORFORCE surveils the country's sparsely populated northern coast and territories.
Adelaide's Tour de Work has gotten at least 1,633 people to cycle to the office.
The odd partnership has produced enormous historical insight into everyday life in the neighborhood.
The mayor says citizens are "irritated by people who speak a different language" and have "different manners."
Also, Australia tests the sewer system for drugs and there's a very suspicious-looking porta-potty at an Oklahoma golf course.
Also, a London neighbor fights against public gobbing and Sydney's wealthy whine about public-park weddings.
First it was the extreme heat, now it's horrible drifts of smothering sea lather.