We looked into a local service that overnights freshly baked bread from Paris, expecting to find a ritzy gourmet scene. Instead, the bread reminded us how ephemeral life can be.
Four children of Cuban exiles are trying to take other young Cuban Americans to the island, so they can form their own memories.
It's tough to describe, but fans say it's the greatest sports story the world has ever seen.
Lutz Bachmann is the leader of Pegida, an anti-Islam, anti-immigrant political movement in Germany. And his opinions on refugees have him in trouble with the law.
Sometimes, you can speed up the commute by sharing the escalator. But no one wants to share in London. So the government stepped in.
Amanda Feilding co-directed new research on LSD that could prove beneficial in curing mental illness and PTSD. For Feilding, it's yet another step in a fascinating journey of personal experimentation.
David Cameron, one assumes, had a rough Saturday morning thanks, in part, to journalist named Abi Wilkinson who helped organizing thousands of protesters that took to the London streets calling for his resignation.
The 160-mile race goes over some of the worst roads in France. Trains don't stop for it. And the winners get their name in a shower stall.
Some 2 million citizens of European Union countries who live in the United Kingdom can't do anything about the UK's referendum to leave the EU. They can't vote. But they can hug.
The Soulbury Stone has rested in the middle of a road in the small town of Soulbury, England for 11,000 years. And if residents have their way, it will sit there for eternity.
World Champion Peter Sagan infuriated the cycling world. He didn't cheat or take drugs. No. Far worse. He showed up to a race with hairy legs.