Richard Quest visits West Virginia's Greenbrier, where a massive bunker hid unknown for three decades
Former brothels, public toilets and war bunkers now provide eccentric watering holes for those willing to drink deep
Stunning views as daredevils rappel into a volcano. But why wear a horse head? CNN's Jeanne Moos reveals all
Meet Carpool DeVille: a 1969 Cadillac turned race-ready hot tub, which is claiming to be the fastest hot tub in the world
Thirst for victory competes with thirst for booze in event where competitors raise their glasses long before they cross the finish line
Author Bill Hillman blames 'first timers' or 'inexperienced guys' for his mishap earlier this summer
Don't like the country you live in? Why not create your own, as many people have done. We uncover the parallel world of "micronationalism"
Because a sense of humor is essential when facing the mysteries and miseries of a foreign culture
Having cycled around the world and skied Greenland's ice cap, National Geographic's "Adventurer of the Year 2012" is now focusing on smaller adventures closer to home
A contest aims to spiff up the disheveled "Trivago Guy"
In Taiwan, tourists pay to ride along in local cabs, letting fate -- and locals fares -- decide where they'll go and what they'll see