Professional safety diver Chris Peterman explains the joys and terrors of cave diving.
Mike MacQueen has spent three decades tracking down war criminals — from Nazis to Bosnians — who have been hiding in the United States. His job description is akin to that of a police detective.
One thing all travelers to India talk about — apart from the dreaded Delhi Belly, of course — is the great Indian head nod.
To capitalize on the link to Melania Trump, shopkeepers in Sevnica brand everything from slippers to salami with her name. For some, the novelty is wearing thin.
After reading about how mining-related injuries and deaths are systematically covered up by many authorities, Swedish photographer Sebastian Sardi began a project in 2008 called Black Diamond that focuses on miners and mines.
On the sweet sadness of Turkish gatherings and Soviet cartoons.
This largely underdeveloped country on South America’s northern Atlantic coast is the unlikely setting for the world’s next big oil boom. But is it ready to handle the riches?
And what would the world like without it?
In the Brú na Bóinne UNESCO world heritage site, parched earth has uncovered a mysterious, previously unknown 200m diameter henge.
The debut of EXP Edition, the world's first non-Korean K-Pop group, has raised questions about cultural appropriation.
Wesley Omar's case had all the makings of a great heist story. Captives locked away in dank, dirty conditions; a break-in, a getaway vehicle and a man hunt.
With "Doom Fetito," one game developer is taking Argentinian women's fight for abortion rights into a new arena: the world of "Doom" mods.
Though her mother threatened to kill herself if she didn't marry at 13, Meghla managed to get out of it. Now, she helps to prevent other child marriages from happening.
Pandanus talk is believed to shoo away spirits and keep the harvest from harm.
When superpowers fight, little people — like me — get trampled.
On Thursday, Israel narrowly passed a "basic law" declaring the country as a Jewish nation-state, with a 62-55 vote in Parliament. Critics of the new law have likened it to South African apartheid. Here's what you should read about it.
Alexandre Benalla was punished internally, but it's unclear if his actions would have been revealed to the public if not for French newspaper Le Monde identifying him based on video shot at the scene.
In Cerro Gordo, a town nestled in the Inyo Mountains of California, near Death Valley, there's a single saloon with swinging doors, two out-of-tune pianos and a mysterious bloodstain on the wall beneath three bullet holes.
The practice of Tebori, a Japanese tattoo method that literally translates to "carving" by "hand," has been popular since the Edo period.
False rumors of child kidnappers have gone viral on WhatsApp in India, prompting fearful mobs to kill two dozen innocent people since April
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