Food & Travel
The world’s tastes and treasures.
9 cities where you can visit a cat cafe
You can work kitty cuddles into your travel plans even if you're not going anywhere near Tokyo.
These Asian city-states might be booming. But they're not banging
Sexologists explain why. And the government intervenes in the bedroom.
Jamie Oliver knows absolutely nothing about paella
Although Spain’s well-known saffron rice dish may be eaten around the world, most people don’t know the real thing. A new website is trying to change that.
These are the countries where you can drink without being judged
And the ones where you really shouldn't order that second round.
Students in New Zealand are killing rats for free beer
Like many of the Earth's problems, fixing the rat issue in Wellington hinges on finding the right way to motivate people to change their behavior.
Most missing passengers are thought to be trapped inside the sunken ferry
58 have been confirmed dead since the ferry sank off the coast of South Korea. Huundreds remain missing.
Rescuers pull 13th body from the snow after Everest's most deadly avalanche
Authorities have ruled out hope of finding any more survivors.
Experts say South Koreans trapped on ferry could have survived 72 hours if they found air pockets
It's unlikely, but possible.
The guy who ate gold, and 5 other weird smuggling busts
An Indian businessman just had $16,000 worth of gold removed from his intestines, but that's nothing compared to pants full of monkeys.
When athletes go missing
A top runner vanished after taking part in the London Marathon. Turns out such disappearances aren’t so unusual.
Spanish village named 'Kill Jews' maybe considering a name change after 500 years
Because nothing welcomes the tourists like a sign advocating genocide.
How the world gets drunk, in 4 surprising charts
Sorry Russians. When it comes to bingeing, you’ve got nothing on Vietnam’s women.
This is bananas! UN warns of 'massive destruction' of the yellow fruit
There is no cure for the plant disease hitting banana crops, which particularly affects the Cavendish variety that accounts for 47 percent of world banana production.
21 reasons you should drop everything and move to Phnom Penh
It just might be the greatest place in the world to live.
22 reasons why we should all be moving to Barcelona right now
Think heaven is where the streets fill with candy and you can go to the beach on your lunchbreak? You're wrong! It's Barcelona!
Now you can take a tour of Angkor Wat with Google Street View
Visit the '8th wonder of the world' without leaving the comfort of your own home.
This town in France throws its senior citizens an epic $46,000 party each year
We should probably all retire there.
Can't believe we missed International Pillow Fight Day! Thank goodness there are pictures
More than 80 cities around the world saw floating feathers, as people hit each other with fluffy weapons.
Maori warriors get cheeky with Will and Kate in New Zealand
The royal couple is on a tour of New Zealand and Australia, along with Prince George.
Chinese ship hears a 'ping' that it thinks could be the missing jet's black box
Searchers on Saturday launched an intensive hunt in the Indian Ocean, trying to find the plane's black box before the battery runs out.
They razed paradise and put up a soybean lot
Brazil's agro powers are excited to be edging closer to soy giant the United States. But environmentalists say there's another reason to be very afraid for the rain forest.
North Korea's new space logo is a total ripoff of NASA
Also it's the Spanish word for 'nothing.'
Watch the magic of film editing turn Sydney into an amazing miniature replica of itself
What sorcery is this? It's called "Tiny Sydney," and it's the work of an Italian-born Aussie filmmaker and photographer, Filippo Rivetti.
More Chinese relatives fly to Malaysia, demanding the truth about flight MH370
The plane is still missing, but relatives are far from giving up.
It was shear luck nobody was hurt during this protest outside the Louvre (VIDEO)
About a dozen sheep, a sheepdog and 50 farmers arrived at the Louvre in Paris worried they would one day end up in a museum if European Union agriculture policy changed.
Mexicans squeezed by soaring lime prices
The citrus fruit has become such a precious commodity that gangs of thieves are even stealing 'green gold' by the ton.
This timelapse video of Dubai is unreal
The United Arab Emirates' megacity looks like a computer-generated sci-fi futurescape.
Elvis, Tupac, Kurt Cobain, and John Lennon are alive and starring in this Dutch beer commercial
This is probably not the weirdest thing you'll see today, but it's still pretty weird.
Denmark's birth rate has become so low a travel company is offering couples a discount to have more sex
Spies travel agency wants the Danes to 'Do it for Denmark.' Holiday ovulation discount included.
North Korea’s new drug addiction
Forget crystal meth. Here comes amidon.
These nations are using food to project power around the world. And it's working.
The way to hearts and minds, it seems, is through the tummy.