There's a lot of junk on the internet, but the world wide web is still a wonderful place to share and discover knowledge. These are the sites we love to read.
The devastation of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake is revealed through this long-lost footage discovered at a California flea market.
Australia's Great Barrier Reef is an enormous and spectacular natural wonder, and it is also increasingly threatened by a warming world.
The terms "sex" and "gender" are frequently used interchangeably, but the connotations of "gender" are more complex.
As the Olympic Games kick off, here's a look at the diverse and beautiful East Asian nation, South Korea, in these amazing photos from above.
Firefighting efforts in California are underway, to contain multiple wildfires that have already killed 13 people.
After losing her newborn just five days after the little one was born, a macaque mother named Evalyne continued to care for the mummified remains for four weeks, even cannibalizing them.
Hurricane Irma strengthened to a Category 5 hurricane early on Sept. 5. Check out these photos of the monster storm.
The vast majority of brains donated to science by former football players show signs of a debilitating brain condition.
Weird, yellow fluffballs that look a bit like paraffin wax washed ashore along beaches in Northern France this week.
Sculpted into cliffs thousands of years ago, the massive stone city of Petra endures as a monument to what was once a thriving civilization in Jordan's distant past.
Rivers, lakes, volcanoes and even human development on Earth can take on an abstract aesthetic when viewed from space. Here's a look at our planet as seen from NASA's Earth-orbiting satellites
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