The Better Life Index looks beyond economic indicators to rank countries by happiness and overall well-being.
The subjects of Mary Ellen Mark's photography ranged from celebrities to world leaders to those at the fringe of society, including prostitutes and the homeless.
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Photographer Seph Lawless chronicled the destruction of the biggest shopping center in the world.
Now that the Army is looking to replace the Beretta, which it has used for 30 years, here's a look at Army pistols through history, from the Revolution to Afghanistan.
Many of London's most recognizable buildings are owned by foreign investors. Here are eight.
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American food chains operating abroad must cater to local tastes to succeed. The results are spectacular.
Few people outside China have ever tasted the top-selling brew in the world.
Beijing has spent hundreds of billions of dollars to build the world's largest high-speed rail system -- a feat accomplished in less than a decade.
Chinese President Xi Jinping says the Chinese Dream is about the "great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation." Here's what it means to six Beijing residents.
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