Take a group of seven men and women inmates and follow their lives inside a corruption-ridden jail where violence is commonplace, a network of 300 cameras catching their every move and conversation.
Ten Taiwanese restaurants will be joining the second edition of a worldwide French cuisine event to be launched later this month to celebrate the nation's famous gastronomy, France's representative office in Taipei announced on Tuesday.
For 30 years, sanitation worker Nelson Molina kept New York clean -- and in the process found beauty in other people's garbage, rescuing enough condemned items to fill a warehouse.
Wanted: six full-time ninjas who have a way with words and can do backward handsprings. Pay: about US$1,600 a month.
With is many arched bridges, Venice cannot claim to be among the world's most wheelchair-friendly cities. But a pair of gondoliers is challenging that image.
Daylight saving time returns to most of the U.S. this weekend.
A research project at Israel's Ariel University has discovered 150 indigenous grape varieties, and some are being used to make wine.
Deep in Morocco's Atlas Mountains, the ancient Berbers live on, defying a harsh environment and loyal to their traditions and way of life in some of the most hard-to-reach parts of the African continent.
The world's most expensive train station opened Thursday in New York, nearly US$2 billion over budget and years behind schedule, but the European architect who designed it called it a gift of love to the city.
From a crumpled paper bag in a dilapidated house came a baseball-card find of a lifetime. Seven of them actually.