River Deep, Mountain High: Photos of Nudists Trekking in the Alps
Roshan Adhihetty went on 30 mountain walks with a group of naked hikers.
A Hermit's Life Isn't Without Scandals
Fifty people applied to live without running water, electricity or internet in one of Europe's last hermitages. But life as a hermit isn't as peaceful as it seems.
Michele Amaglio Photographed the African Refugees Living in the Alps
Michele Amaglio heard their story, but had to meet them for himself.
Italian Artist Carves Dance Music Out of a Mountain [Premiere]
Italian artist Neunau hits one of the Alps’ largest valleys to create elemental dance music captured inside a mountain forge.
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Everything We Know About Last Night's Police Raid of a Labor Party Office
An Australian Federal Police raid of Senator Stephen Conroy's office has the Labor Party accusing the Government of electoral muckraking.
A Blow-by-Blow Account of the Wong vs Bernardi Gay Marriage Debate
It was set to be the most fascinating meeting of the minds since Gore Vidal debated the Iran-Contra affair with a small plate of cottage cheese.
The Highest-Resolution Photo in the World Measures 365 Gigapixels
Filippo Blengini and Alessandra Bacchilega set a new world record.
The Ups and Downs of Being Extremely Tall
"I guess it's like being part of some oddly exclusive club. We talk about things like being annoyed by subway doors, the size of cars, where to buy gloves."
Michael, as told to Philipp Kienzl
Europe's Tallest Skyscraper Is Coming... To the Swiss Alps?
Morphosis Architects' one-room-per-floor 7132 tower looks like it blends into the clouds above it.
Islamophobic Assholes Made Their Way Into Austria Last Night
Kurt Prinz and David Prokop
The Christian Organization Trying to Convert Austrian Youth with Stories About Dead Celebrities
A group called Soulsaver distributes pamphlets about the evils of homosexuality and the rock 'n roll lifestyle.
Busting Some Myths About the ABC
The conventional wisdom is that the ABC leans to the left. It's a wisdom so conventional that not even facts and evidence can destroy it.