Yurko Nazaruk opened a restaurant in Lviv, Ukraine that is designed to look like the sort of underground bunkers used by insurgents during World War II. It was so successful he opened one that's themed after the country's Jewish community, all but wiped out during the war, Lviv-born writer Leopold van Sacher Masoch, who lent his name to masochism. But not everyone is pleased.
Carpooling.com launched in Germany to help a couple of college students stay in love. A decade later, the business is thriving in Europe and it's starting to turn its eye toward the U.S. market.
In Pakistan, there's no good system for tracking vehicle registrations. So, instead of issuing tickets to illegally parked cars, the vehicles are essentially trapped close to the spot they've illegally parked in, until their owner pays the fine.
Western Union is offering you the opportunity to compose and send your own singing telegram, via the web. Rather than sending employees out with the telegrams, senders can do a duet with a famous singer using a basic template. The telgram is then delivered via email.
China is known around the world as the place that makes the televisions, iPhones and iPads that are in hot demand. Their culture doesn't share the same way, though. But could it?
Surely you've experienced a song that gets stuck in your head, sometimes for no apparent reason, and won't go away. Well, turns out there almost always IS a reason, and scientists are actually doing research to try and understand the phenomena.
As Florida voters head to the polls today, they're probably thankful that, if nothing else, the political calls they've been getting will likely come to an end. But if you're not so fortunate, you can register your displeasure with a robocall of your own.
A Chrysler 300C once owned by then Sen. Barack Obama has been listed for sale on eBay. The starting bid is $1 million — 66 times the vehicle's blue book value.
Despite it being 20 years since the Soviet Union came apart, Russia is still struggling to determine what it means to be Russian — what the nations values really are.
In Hungary, people are wild over soda water. They mix it with wine to make fröccs sometimes, but they most often use it to wash down some of the nation's flavorful, rich foods.