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Environmental organization's 'Night of Comedy' brings laughter amidst a changing political landscape and growing concern over the impact of climate change.
It might seem like adhesive or wires were used in these sculptures, but the only glue holding Michael Grab's precarious objects together is gravity.
If you could design a unique logo that captures the spirt of your favorite park, what would it look like?
Director, who has purchased more than 4,000 acres of land in New Zealand since 2012, says he plans to seek citizenship.
'Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever' may just raise the bar for unwatchable made-for-television movies.
Modern exorcists require specialized training to combat the psychological and spiritual dimensions of casting out demons.
French artist Steven Spazuk literally sets his canvases alight before sculpting the resulting soot into the image he desires.
Smithsonian Channel special uses modern technology to answer a question that has piqued our collective curiosity for centuries.
Your guide to the month's must-see programs on television and on the Web.
New dramatic series will chronicle the Italian merchant's early years in the court of Kublai Khan.
First the Grand Canyon, now Chicago. The high-wire daredevil attempts another dizzying feat.
With today's greater access to quality camera gear, more scientists are finding themselves in the unique position of being both researcher and storyteller — and the rest of the world is enjoying the results.
Hollywood has made a killing off mother's favorite mantra: Don't go into the woods after dark.
New series enlists viewers' help in finding missing items, from the 9/11 Ground Zero flag to JFK's brain.
As in, don't be this person.
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