Tens of thousands of tourists arrive in Rio this week for Friday's opening of the Olympics amid a surge in crime, concerns over Zika, and reports that the host city might not be ready for prime time.
The rush of victory or crush of defeat in the Olympics can flash by very quickly. But if you slow those moments down, there's a lot to learn about human behavior.
"This is the most complicated takeover, not only on the planet, but in history," says Max Stier, president of the Partnership For Public Service.
A farmer in Spain makes foie gras from wild geese who gorge themselves naturally on acorns and olives. New York chef Dan Barber describes tasting it as "the best culinary experience of my life."
The recent hacking of Democratic Party emails has raised questions about the vulnerability of other election-related technology and what potential problems could arise on Election Day.
The Internet pioneer Yahoo just had its core business auctioned off to Verizon. Mayer was hired four years ago to turn the company around. We look back at the critical early months of her tenure.
Revelations continue to emerge about the behavior of former Fox News chief Roger Ailes, as Rupert Murdoch has stepped in to stabilize the channel in the wake of Ailes' departure. What's next?
The Internet pioneer Yahoo just had its core business auctioned off to Verizon. Mayer was hired four years ago to turn around the company. We look back at the critical early months of her tenure.
The government says new laws could be passed within weeks. Will they work? The celebrity murdered by her brother last month was from a traditional farming community where there's deep skepticism.
Ornate refreshment kiosks were once the heart of Lisbon's parks and plazas. They faded away under a dictatorship that discouraged public gatherings. Now they're back to help revitalize the city.