The fans supporting their teams at the World Cup in Russia are overwhelmingly white. Their teams? Not so much.
The heatwave scorching Britain is revealing the outline of ancient buildings – some previously unknown to archaeologists
Virtually all young Danes have left the parental home by the time they're 34. Yet in Slovakia, almost 57% of young adults still reside in the Hotel of Mum and Dad.
There's a reason why all the world seems to be hiding within the borders of Maine.
Are you a 'Big-Endian' or a 'Little-Endian'? Swift's satirical take on religious wars gave us the jargon to describe our different date and address formats.
All big cities have rats, but Paris seems to have a more serious rodent problem than most.
This is what the world will look like, 250 million years from now
Each year, lightning kills 24,000 people around the world. These maps show which regions get hit more than others.
Could social graphing be a way to find the 'Holy Grail' of successful movie writing?
West Virginia and Mississippi are at the bottom of the educational attainment table and Massachusetts is the state with the highest share of Bachelor's degree holders - beaten only by the District of Columbia
For urban exploration with an ironic twist, go 'bag' all 32 London Borough Tops
Just how equal in size are the populations of Europe and North America?
You can get a pizza even in Pyongyang. But is it Italian?
The 'Great Polish Map of Scotland' is the coolest map story you've never heard of.
Three-quarters of tree species common in the eastern U.S. have moved their population centres westward over the last 30 years – an effect not predicted by assumptions about global warming.
From La Rinconada in Peru to South Africa's deepest mines: the quest for gold drives people to the greatest heights and depths on Earth.
Isn't the world of dogs about more than (British) bulldogs and (French) poodles?
If your BMI is higher than 30, you're technically obese. These maps show how many people per European country (and U.S. state) suffer from that medical condition.
The first rule of Vulture Club: stay out of Portugal.
Mapping your daily long john needs since 2011 (Canada only)