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Sat, Oct 25, 2014 11:16 AM
Pristine beaches, wildlife preserves and historical sites combine to make this southeast African nation a lightly traveled wonder.
For the paltry sum of $25 per day (or less), frugal travelers can not only get around these eight countries, but can have a good time and even enjoy a few extra comforts as well.
The EveryDrop LA app makes it easier for ordinary Los Angelenos to identify and report sources of wasted water in their own backyards.
Superman actor joins forces with the Durrell Wildlife Park in the UK to save species on the verge of extinction.
It's all about the robotic hand.
Late actor left his mark on Hollywood with heartwarming dramatic and comedy roles.
Behind-the-scenes preview reveals the curiosity of wild wolves experiencing man for the first time.
In 'Red Hot Design,' Shasta Smith turns scrapheap throwaways into edgy treasures for the home.
Instead of food waste heading to the landfill in Massachusetts, now it will be repurposed, donated, or turned into compost, animal feed, or clean energy.
Weather Channel survival series gives out-of-shape desk jockeys a wilderness makeover.
These fragile works of art are created using a surgical scalpel and a whole lot of patience and care.
The Duke of Cambridge will fly medics to emergencies ranging from road accidents to heart attacks.
The search for the greatest of the great white sharks is just one topic in Discovery Channel's toothsome lineup of summer programming.
The love of good food takes center stage this movie set in the South of France and starring Helen Mirren.
Only 20 years after the fall of humanity, many of our most symbolic creations would be under siege by the elements.
I think the site looks great, and I love its Made-in-America focus.
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