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Fri, Feb 27, 2015 2:30 PM
Can food solve conflicts? Should you build a hotel in a rain forest? Can you actually lick your elbow? TV has all the answers to these questions and more this month!
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.
What clues are you broadcasting to the world when you choose your ensemble each morning?
The iconic gateways to Japan's shrines and temples are as symbolic as they are beautiful.
The amulet is evidence that people continued to practice polytheistic religions well after the region had fallen under the control of the Eastern Roman Empire.
The Facebook founder — who in the past has resolved to learn Mandarin, wear ties and write thank-you notes — has vowed to read a book every other week in 2015.
Young, amateur and professional photographers around the world are invited to submit their best work to the 51st annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.
Give of your time, money, resources or skills to help make a difference in the life of a homeless person.
These meticulous carvings showcase the creative possibilities of paper beyond writing and drawing.
Perhaps one of these ideas will inspire you to think differently in your day-to-day life.
Travelers who brave altitude and unpredictable weather are rewarded by an unforgettable adventure.
Kick off the New Year with the pick of the TV crop, from 'Wild France' to 'Irish Mike.'
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