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Wed, Apr 23, 2014 12:03 PM
This oil from the 'Indian lilac' can be used for everything from skin and hair care to pest control.
Known as much for her flippant quips as for her lard-laden recipes, Dickson Wright helped changed the nature of TV cooking shows.
After days of rumors suggesting a meet-and-greet wasn't going to happen, Deadline confirms that the pair did briefly meet with the pontiff.
With city populations on the rise, some urban areas are doing what they can to become more sustainable communities.
Double-amputee snowboarding champ Amy Purdy also a highlight during the premiere of the dance competition's 18th season.
Video: Ever wondered what the world looks like to Superman? A video team in Los Angeles did, and they created their vision with a GoPro camera and a drone.
Louie Psihoyos' follow-up to his academy award-winning documentary promises to 'change the way we understand issues of endangered species and mass extinction.'
Actor's decision to support director Rachel Boynton's new film gains her unprecedented access into the inner-workings of the billion-dollar oil industry.
Take a visual tour of the world's most ethical countries to travel to, from the Caribbean to the pacific island of Palau.
Curl up and enjoy some spectacular photographs of landscapes and wildlife from the National Geographic archive — in a collection meant to inspire appreciation for our planet.
89-year-old voice-over artist died following a battle with pancreatic cancer.
Not sure what kind of a person you are? Your choice of ice cream may say more about you than just what type of sweet treat you enjoy.
Put your money on a team that makes everyone a winner with brackets that bring competition to fundraising.
Though it appears to be linked to funeral rituals, the relic's purpose and symbolism remain a mystery.
Prepare yourself for over five minutes of creative and humorous advocacy as Ferrell and Redford have a war of words to save the Colorado River.
Don't put that lint in the trash — compost it, craft with it or clean up a mess. Here's how.
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