Italian voters are poised to elect a 38-year-old as leader of their biggest party, completing a generational transformation in a country that, until a few months ago, was a redoubt of grey power. Matteo
Sounds produced in the lower airways may clue listeners in to your height. Talk about a cool finding: You can tell the relative heights of others just by the sound of their voices, according to new research.
To mark the 125th anniversary of National Geographic, we select iconic images from a new three-volume celebration of the magazine's history which highlights a changing world, as well as our fascination
Considered Dubai’s less-brash sister, a growing cluster of international museums and high-rise apartments make this city an increasingly attractive place to live. The capital of the United Arab Emirates
A new take on the Grand Tour proves that the country’s treasures remain as rewarding as ever. The Grand Tour was a European cultural jaunt focused on Italy that became part of the education of 18th-century
TravelIntelligent Travel Many travelers opt for hop-on, hop-off tour buses to get a quick primer on a new place. As silly as it can look, and it does, it’s a useful way to get oriented when you’re visiting
A new study identifies Britain and Ireland's most historic streets From Eastgate Street in Chester, to Letchworth Garden City’s Broadway, they are the thoroughfares which tell the story of the country.
With its winding network of canals, cobblestone alleys and streets, the car-free city of Venice always presented a challenge to the Google Street View team. But today, thanks to "superfit" Google employees