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Mon, Mar 30, 2015 6:50 PM
Freshwater cruise ships are bringing more tourists to Midwestern and Northeastern ports.
From Dr. Seuss to kibosh, these words are hard for many people to pronounce.
For now, these Southeast Asian paradises have escaped the attention of large-scale tourism, but that might not last for long.
New research shows melancholy tunes might actually help us stabilize our emotions.
Celebrated soprano will pay $52 million to spend 10 days in space next September.
Actress will play a French world record-setting free diver who drowned during a deep dive accident.
PBS special to reveal how a colony of 3,000 gentoo penguins and staff at a unique British post office all live together at the edge of the world.
'Guardians of the Galaxy' star once again proves why he's also a superhero in real life.
For centuries, art and science have informed one another, and the result has been some spectacular creativity.
To score with viewers, Anheuser-Busch and GoDaddy will run ads featuring lost golden retriever puppies.
New NPR podcast delves into the human mind, using the lens of science to explore personal experiences, some of them bizarre.
All-digital libraries are becoming more common, and so far they've been a success.
'Plastic Paradise' explains how this consumer-driven catastrophe is destroying the oceans and how we can fix it.
Excavators spent 7 hours chipping away at the cornerstone with chisels, hammers and specialized drills to gain access to the brass container.
Smithsonian's Museums of Asian Art kicked off 2015 by releasing more than 40,000 images of artifacts online for public viewing and non-commercial use.
The song is an ode to garbage and features a kid-friendly chorus and lines like 'One man's trash, that's another grouch's outfit.' [Video]
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