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Across Europe, parts of North Africa, and the Middle East, the remnants of these roads can be found crisscrossing the landscape
This less-traveled gem boasts dramatic landscapes, rich history, and utter solitude
“Among utilities and the auto industry, there is a sense that the writing is on the wall, and they’d like to be positioned to succeed. Surprising allies could find common cause.”
A giraffe is silhouetted against a gorgeous sunrise in Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya in this photo by Your Shot photographer Majed Al Zaabi
At the height of the Cold War, a B-52 fell apart in midair over Faro, North Carolina, releasing two atomic bombs. An eyewitness recalls the story of America’s nuclear near-miss
Their stories illustrate facets of the relocation experience for women migrants: the decision to leave, the hope and hardship of the journey, the adjustment to a new life, and more
Super-strong scales that allow this tiny catfish to shrug off piranha attacks could inspire new human-made materials
"COVID-19 pushed me to document my own experience as a Black pregnant woman living through extraordinary circumstances"
Burrowed between an isolated past and a reinvented future, Albania’s communist bunkers take on new life today as museums, cafés, and more
Along with 35,000 soldiers, more than 160 scholars and artists traveled to Egypt with Napoleon Bonaparte's expedition in 1798 to collect scientific and historical information
2020 tied with 2016 for the hottest year on record. As a new era in American climate policy begins, here are six numbers that define the challenge
What do you do if you come across an entire pack of baby boars?
Wild bees supplement the work of honeybees in managed hives, but an overall downward trend in bee diversity worldwide is raising concerns about these crucial pollinators
In one of the wildest, most remote places in the contiguous United States, locals grapple with what defines public use, and who gets to decide the fate of a forest
Snowfall on evergreen trees near Elk Rock Viewpoint in Mount Saint Helens National Volcanic Monument, Washington
In the close-knit world of Native American rodeo, the sport is a way to sustain community culture and to stimulate economic activity
Eventually, the virus could become a much milder illness—but for now, vaccination and surveillance are critical to end the pandemic phase
"When you spend time on the land, you know something is wrong. Things are changing. I don’t know if we can stop it"
The WHO is reportedly close to granting emergency use approval to the Moderna, AstraZeneca-Oxford, Sinopharm, and Sinovac vaccines
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