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Tue, Mar 31, 2015 9:12 PM
Short film tells the true story of the last house on a long-abandoned and sinking island in the Chesapeake Bay.
Smithsonian's Museums of Asian Art kicked off 2015 by releasing more than 40,000 images of artifacts online for public viewing and non-commercial use.
The song is an ode to garbage and features a kid-friendly chorus and lines like 'One man's trash, that's another grouch's outfit.' [Video]
Actor's touching, sincere speech during the awards show moved some to suggest a run for office.
Klaus Kemp turns colorful microorganisms into stunning pieces of art.
The giant straw ruminant reaches 2015, Year of the Goat, without falling victim to arson, abduction or vehicular homicide. Cloven hoofed high-fives all around!
The Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado, wants you to design its new hedge maze in homage to the horror novel that made it famous.
Famed astrophysicist says the opportunity to further spread wonder and excitement about our universe is 'beyond exciting.'
When it comes to colors, numbers or ice cream flavors, we tend to agree.
Watch how these regular folks are transformed with great photography — and some smart styling.
Executive chef Troy N. Thompson says this year's three-course meal was inspired by the abundance of fresh produce grown on California farms.
Adulthood seems to start later and later every year. What IS an adult anyway?
Dating back to the 15th century, this bustling market is the world's most-visited tourist attraction.
The annual ice and snow festival in Harbin, China, boasts larger-than-life snow sculptures as well as buildings, slides and mazes made entirely of ice cut from the Songhua River.
Starting later this year, the public will receive a first-ever look at the agriculture operation that provides the papacy with fresh fruits, vegetables, and other delicacies.
Grave robbers had raided the tomb centuries ago, but researchers still unearthed a number of well-preserved utensils.
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