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Fri, Nov 21, 2014 6:38 PM
We talk about showing gratitude at the Thanksgiving table, but here's how to express it in other areas of your life.
The 14-square-mile forest is the site of numerous suicides and well-known for being eerily quiet and devoid of nearly all wildlife.
Advocates are alarmed by dozens of encounters reported in recent years between isolated indigenous and tourists in South America.
Ditch the toxic beauty products and instead use ingredients that are innocent enough to eat.
A group of internationally acclaimed contemporary artists converge on Isla Mujeres to participate in a week-long mural festival that benefits ocean conservation and marine animal protection.
In California, where numerous municipalities have already given single-use plastic bags the boot, lawmakers approve a statewide bag ban.
PBS series showcases healthier, sustainable food-producing alternatives.
A genius series of ads that chide litterbugs through photos of cleverly positioned rubbish is discontinued due to copyright concerns.
Cautious swimmers in China are taking extreme measures — and a touch of 'lucha libre' to make sure the sun doesn’t harm their skin.
New History Channel movie exposes the master magician’s secrets — and we reveal a few more.
Physicists work with animators to make what we see believable — and beautiful.
Photos taken by British explorer Eric Shipton in 1951 sparked worldwide debate over the existence of the Abominable Snowman in the Himalayas.
The South African city is becoming a popular place to shoot movies and TV shows.
Other TV highlights this month include 9/11 anniversary shows, celebrities learning about their ancestors and researchers spying on penguins.
Adult book, based on a song from the singer's 2009 album 'Woking on a Dream' tells the story of a man 'trying to outlive and outrun his sins.'
In honor of World Photo Day, let's take a look back at the groundbreaking images that paved the way for today's DSLRs and cellphone cameras.
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