Melodramatic or pragmatic? Both, apparently. How a simple stick is tearing the world apart
With the help of a company called DivorceHotel, a New York couple is untying the knot over Cupid's dead body.
Travelers just can't resist putting themselves in the frame when visiting these global attractions, according to new data from a UK booking site
"Hunger Games" fans can find many of the locations for the saga in Atlanta
Some of the world's most innovative designers are creating architecture that refuses to be pinned down
A former Trappist monk dedicated more than 50 years of his life to constructing his own cathedral in the Spanish town of Mejorada del Campo
The face of Hong Kong's chief executive covers the toilet paper and China's leader lingers next to you in the shower. This hotel is a shrine to the Umbrella Revolution
Thousands of lonely souls have registered to win an overseas blind date from Jetstar Airways
Seoul hopes to recruit outside help to persuade its northern neighbor to open a joint park in the famed demilitarized zone, now home to a thriving natural habitat
Its funky 1980s design has been replicated on tattoos and socks. No wonder PDX's doomed carpet will be sorely missed
Does the end of the quirky seat-back catalog spell the end of the fun of flying?