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Wed, Oct 01, 2014 2:57 PM
Unusual animals, wacky weather, survivalists, missing artifacts, lost cities and Dr. Oz populate the shows we'll be watching this month.
Science, however, begs to differ.
Streaming service aims to acquire more films that can make a global impact.
AMC's post-apocalyptic zombie drama returns this October.
Fourth film in the franchise, starring Tom Hardy, shows us a ruined hellscape in the aftermath of civilization's collapse.
All 3 actors looked jacked and superhero-ready during an unexpected appearance for the upcoming 'Man of Steel' sequel.
Photographer Andrew Pielage shares these gorgeous images of fly-fishing for rainbow trout in the cold, fast-moving waters of the Colorado River.
Faced with frequent dust storms and daily temperatures in excess of 110 degrees, the Australian town of Coober Pedy has had to move underground.
Actor doesn't even wear a veil to protect himself because, clearly, all living things love Morgan Freeman.
This isn't your grandfather's vegetation-topped, solar-powered, toilet water-recycling, vegan pulled pork sandwich-selling football stadium.
History miniseries explores game-changing innovations in combat.
In this thought-provoking collection of paintings, Canadian artist Eric Vanasse poses important questions about the fate of our planet and the humans and animals that call it home.
Don't throw out those well-worn sneakers! See if they can be repaired or turned into a quirky planter for your garden!
A new edition of the Bible brings together believers and nonbelievers.
Actor's first-ever charity gala took place at the Domaine Bertaud Belieu vineyard and included performances by Bono and Robin Thicke.
Eerie and unsettling perhaps, but deserted zoos also make for some excellent urban exploration.
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