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The National Zoo's stillborn twin illustrates just how vulnerable panda babies are—and how experts are working to increase their survival.
Amid the deadly chaos sweeping across Egypt, looters ransacked the archaeological museum in the town of Mallawi last week.
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Hunter gatherers in Europe used garlic mustard seeds to add some pungent spice to their foods.
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Scientists say their warning for swimmers to keep their swim trunks tied wasn't meant to be taken seriously.
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Grown by the Aztecs and then all but eliminated in the Spanish Conquest, can the ancient crop amaranth become the next quinoa? The advocacy group Puente is working on its resurgence in Oaxaca, Mexico.
National Geographic sits down with an expert to discuss why sinkholes open up and which areas are more at risk than others.
Many towns are at the forefront of controversy over fracking, touching off court battles with bans and moratoriums that sometimes conflict with state policy.
Over the years, space suits have become much more complex. A new Smithsonian traveling exhibit highlights several advances.
So-called spiritual self-help programs for addicts may inadvertently offer medical and psychological solutions.