The Swedish warship Vasa sunk in the 17th Century on its maiden voyage. It keeled over and water rushed in, killing 30. New research has found that specific flaws in the ship's design probably sent it to its early, watery grave.
Another Scandinavian thriller, The Snowman by Jo Nesbo, is out. The World's Alex Gallafent asked some interested Scandinavians how they might freshen up the Nordic noir genre. They came up with a new storyline.
Anchor Marco Werman talks to an activist in Stockholm, Sweden, who's part of a growing movement out to pressure the government to make subway rides free. The goal behind it? To get people out of their air-polluting, traffic-making cars.
For the Geo Quiz we're getting out the popcorn and settling in for a screening of the world's longest movie. The ticket's cheap: in fact it's free but the feature lasts 240 hours. So, we want to know, where is this mega-pic being shown?
Swedish authorities today released more details about the suicide bomber who struck the city of Stockholm on Saturday. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the managing editor of that agency, Mats Johansson, in Stockholm.
A day after two explosions struck Central Stockholm in the first terrorist attack on the country in three decades, authorities have a suspect. For more on the story we're joined by John Burns, London bureau chief for our partner The New York Times.
'Avatar,' James Cameron's highly anticipated 3-D, computer animated, sci-fi film with a $237 million price tag is out this weekend. We're joined by Takeaway film contributor Rafer Guzman and trend forecaster Jeff Yang.
Imagine a city where a rush-hour backup might involve just a few cars, and the air is clean because just about everything runs on zero-carbon energy. That's the goal for the Swedish capital, Stockholm.
Hillary Clinton is set to be the first woman to head a major-party ticket in the United States. In Sweden, gender equality in politics isn't so novel — but there's never been a female head of state there, either.