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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!
Many are hoping the designation will give Pullman, a former 19th-century company town, the economic boost that it needs.
Researchers mapped language networks to see how information was shared. They found that just because a language is widely spoken doesn't mean it's influential on a global scale.
Before signing off for good, the faux talk show host manage to pull off one more good deed.
From a 12th century epic poem to a 20th century horror novel, this infographic highlights 15 words that writers have given us.
Exclusive, luxury safaris attract visitors who are willing to pay a premium for unspoiled nature.
Photographer Bertil Nilsson works with the figures of dancers and circus performers to illustrate our primal relationship with the planet.
Thoughtful gifts can be experiences, time or even a special after-holiday treat.
Photographs have the power to change hearts and minds — even the world. These collections of stunning images draw attention to important conservation issues around the globe.
As readers flip through this definitive collection, they'll embark on a chronological journey of the most important scientific innovations and cultural moments of the past 125 years.
The pop-culture phenomenon offers a disturbing look inside the criminal justice system.
WIth room for 5,000 residents, the $26 billion Ocean Spiral scheme offers a subaqueous alternative to overcrowded and costly terrestrial living.
November to January is high holiday season in the U.S., but other parts of the world hold some celebrations around this time that might not be as familiar.
Billionaire's Virgin Oceanic dreams put on hold while he considers 'new technology to help us explore the ocean.'
New Yorkers can no longer discard old, unwanted, busted and otherwise chuck-able electronics alongside the regular trash starting in 2015.
There’s something special about gliding over the ice, even if you do so in a clumsy way. These iconic outdoor rinks are special, regardless of where you live.
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