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Tue, Jul 22, 2014 3:48 PM
New series focuses on the residents of Los Alamos as they deal with big questions that still haunt us.
The Kola Superdeep Borehole, an abandoned Cold War attempt by the Soviets to drill to the center of the Earth, stretches a third of the way through the continental crust.
Litterati turns garbage into an creative project with a meaningful end result.
The orange and yellow light from one of the world's most active volcanoes lures viewers to its edges.
'Avatar' director owns several hundred acres of pristine wilderness that conservation groups are eager to preserve.
Who says there's nothing on during the summer? June is ripe with watchable TV.
The vibrant projections are part of Vivid Sydney, a music and ideas festival that is expected to attract hundreds of thousands of people.
A flowing waterfall, a misty ocean shoreline, the torrential flow of a river. Here's what you need to know to photograph the movement and moods of water.
Beloved television series is now closing in on the $2M mark.
Director Colin Trevorrow confirms Internet leaks about the new 'big bad' dino villain.
The Brig Unicorn, on its way to St. Lucia for repairs, encountered difficulties along the journey and sank. No one was hurt.
Actor, who plays a shapeshifting raven, studied the birds alone for hours.
'Butterfly in the sky, I can go twice as high...'
The Total Nonstop Action wrestling champion takes on an array of hair-raising sports in this new Animal Planet series.
The Irish countryside is a patchwork quilt of green.
86-year-old legend was also an accomplished actress, author and director.
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