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The Huffington Post
Ann Curry Could Leave NBC News Next Year: THR
OCTOBER 10: Ann Curry attends National Geographic 'Women Of Vision' exhibition and discussion at National Geographic Museum on October 10, 2013 in Washington, DC.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Networking in College - 6 Tips For Networking Success
Networking in college is one of the most important things a person can do to ensure success.
National Geographic ranks Reno among 'Top 10 Emerging Ski Towns'
"Not only is the better-than-you-think Mount Rose 25 miles from downtown, but Reno sits at the northern tip of Lake Tahoe's constellation of ski areas as well--the densest concentration of ski resorts in North America," says an online story by National Geographic's Aaron Teasdale.
Chandler's tumbleweed tree featured in National Geographic magazine
In the December issue of National Geographic, a Chandler, Ariz., annual holiday tradition is mentioned in an article about tumbleweeds.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
National Geographic Sharing Its Maps With Google Maps
The amazing paper maps created by National Geographic over the years will be included with Google Maps under a new public data program.
The New Zealand Herald
National Geographic turns 125
From lava-spitting volcanoes to the rusted prow of the sunken Titanic, National Geographic photographers travel to some of the most dangerous places on Earth to get their shots.
National Geographic marks 125 years
There's no question how this moai arrived in this place: It was dropped there after having been made for a 1994 movie.
NC researchers pursue new clues in 'Lost Colony' mystery
N.C. researchers are working on a new archaeological search into what really happened to the lost colonists of Roanoke Island, according to a report from National Geographic .
It's hard to turn away from 'Narco Cultura'
Like a repellent exhibit at Ripley's Believe It or Not that you can't take your eyes off, Shaul Schwarz's documentary "Narco Cultura" keeps you riveted.
Florida Baptist Witness
Church Rescue' on National Geographic stars BCF alum
A new reality show with a faith twist has three Southern Baptists, one of them a 1993 graduate of the Baptist College of Florida, snatching headlines and asking the "Church Hoppers" if financial and public relations savvy can help spread the Gospel.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
The Globe and Mail
National Geographic: 'America's lens on the world' marks its 125th birthday
A man touches a photo as he visits a photographic exhibition of National Geographic Society in Gijon, Spain, July 19, 2007.
New York Daily News
National Geographic's 'Illuminating the World' photos
Whether you're an amateur or a pro, the magazine is encouraging its readers to submit some of their most striking images as part of a series called 'Illuminating the World' submitted to the magazines photo community Your Shot.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Seed diversity has collapsed more than 12-fold since early 1900s
From the looks of an average produce section in a typical American supermarket, it might seem like modern society has access to basically every major type of fruit, vegetable and herb one could want.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
India`s Got Talent wins Best Entertainment Programme award
MUMBAI: FremantleMedia produced India's Got Talent won the Best Entertainment award at the 18th Asian TV Awards which was held at Singapore.
Documentary Screening: Chasing Ice
In the spring of 2005, acclaimed environmental photographer James Balog headed to the Arctic on a tricky assignment for National Geographic: to capture images to help tell the story of the Earth's changing climate.
National Geographic Offers Up Over 500 Maps Through Google Maps Engine's Public Data Program
Google is launching an initiative to let organizations share their map data with the public, via Google's Maps product and cloud-based infrastructure, and today partner National Geographic announced their participation in the project and shared some info via the official Google Maps blog.
Largest Fault Slip Ever Responsible For 2011 Japan Earthquake and Tsunami
The magnitude 9.0 Tohoku-Oki earthquake that occurred off the Japanese coast in March 2011, triggering a tsunami and ultimately resulting in more than 15,000 deaths, was the result of the largest fault slip ever recorded, according to a trio of studies published Thursday in the journal Science .
Quebec family reminisces over 74-year-old National Geographic photo
A Quebec family has recently rediscovered a 74-year-old photo of seven siblings, taken at l'Anse-St-Jean and published in a 1939 issue of National Geographic.
Illuminating the world: Photographs from around the globe capture the beauty of landscape at night
National Geographic is famous for its photography of life around the world, but who knew its readers could produce such stunning work themselves.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Adam Ondra climbs his third 5.15c first ascent
Adam Ondra is on fire as he has officially completed another 5.15c first ascent on Vasil Vasil at the Czech Republic crag of Sloup.