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Bad weather, ghosts and witchcraft collide in new Weather Channel series.
Ignoring perfection and embracing the worn, the incomplete and the asymmetrical can change the way you see the world.
Get a peek into the heart of some classic tunes by listening to the teased-out isolated vocal tracks.
Professional and amateur photographers alike are flocking to submit their best images of people, places and nature to the National Geographic 2014 Photo Contest.
Unusual animals, wacky weather, survivalists, missing artifacts, lost cities and Dr. Oz populate the shows we'll be watching this month.
A natural organic system meets the highly technical process of film development in these spooky, ephemeral portraits by South Korean artist Seung-Hwan Oh.
Paul Allen's Vulcan Productions partners with director Louie Psihoyos to help finish his new film about species extinction.
The first week of the famed German beer festival has concluded, but there's still time to get your fill of the party.
Actor's new charity T-shirt campaign is raising big cash for the 'F--- Cancer' organization.
Two British chefs created the recipe using testimonials from cannibals — and no, we're not kidding.
In honor of National Punctuation Day, we reveal the complicated backstories of your favorite typographical devices.
Newly minted U.N. Messenger of Peace tells delegates that 'now is the time for action' on climate change.
Artist Iori Tomita explores the natural art of the skeletal system by exploiting some clever chemistry tricks. See how it's done.
Touching 'Friends are Waiting' ad offers a new take on the consequences of drinking and driving.
Bushmen storytellers did not tell tales of heroes or moralize in their yarns, but instead regaled listeners with narratives of culture and community.
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