The annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, will discuss not only the Europe's debt woes but also the future of capitalism. Even some billionaires in Davos are worried about income inequality.
Now that Germany is turning away from nuclear power, it is more reliant on renewable and traditional energy sources – both of which comes with problems of their own.
Yves Rossy flies during his first official demonstration, on May 14, 2008 above Bex, Switzerland. Calling himself 'Fusionman' Rossy released from a plane at an altitude of 8000 feet, he completed several loops a speed of almost 200 miles per hour using only his body to change position during five minutes over the Swiss Alps.
Aries: the ram. A sheep is marked with colors as it is kept for sale in Jammu, India, Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2010.
When Swiss engineers completed drilling the Gotthard Base Tunnel Friday, they were lauded for finishing the world’s longest tunnel – but actually it's only the world's longest rail tunnel. Read on to find out what underground structures take the honors for being the longest.
The 35.4-mile Swiss tunnel, designed to shift transport of goods from environmentally damaging trucks to trains, trumps Japan's Seikan Tunnel – previously the world's longest.
The Tour de France, which ends Sunday, offers $2.6 million in prizes. Beyond battling for the yellow jersey, racers can collect points (think: Super Mario) for smaller awards.
Solar energy is all that an experimental plane needed to complete its first 24-hour test flight.