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Wed, May 27, 2015 1:06 PM
Getting away can be a challenge when you have a regular job, but these smart tactics to make it feasible.
Kal Penn explains riveting facts about crime, sports, food and sex in new Nat Geo series.
Photographer Richard Silver captures the ambience of the 'blue hour' — the magical time between daylight and darkness — with these beautifully spliced landscape images.
How Yellowstone National Park and a Montana university solved a longstanding problem.
Nat Geo's telling of Christ's life focuses on his plight as a human being living in such a tumultuous time.
Giant, man-made food rises high along the American roadside, if you know where to look.
Seattle-based artist Isobelle Ouzman proves the possibilities with paper art are endless.
New documentary shows the painstaking restoration process given to Marty McFly's famous time machine.
From Paraguay to Costa Rica, Latin America dominates the top 10 of the recent Gallup Positive Experience Index.
The famous White House intern shares her thoughts on the high price of public humiliation.
With its looming mountain ranges, sweeping grassland steppes and enormous glaciers, Patagonia will leave you wondering, 'Is this place even real?'
Portland International Airport's ugly-but-beloved carpeting will enjoy one last and very public hurrah.
Backyard inventors solve tricky home improvement problems in new Weather Channel series.
Actor will produce and star in a movie adaptation of the beloved 80s television series from the late Jim Henson.
The muscle behind the classic 'A-Team' television series promises to show his gentler side as he helps people remodel and repair their homes.
Bjarke attack! The Danish maverick is the subject of a climate-themed retrospective at the National Building Museum.
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