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5 hrs ago | CNet News
The amazing paper maps created by National Geographic over the years will be included with Google Maps under a new public data program.
Could you survive the end of civilization?
Should public schools teach Evolution or Creationism?
7 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
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.
12 hrs ago | CBS News
There's no question how this moai arrived in this place: It was dropped there after having been made for a 1994 movie.
17 hrs ago | Business Journal
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 .
22 hrs ago | LA Observed
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.
A man touches a photo as he visits a photographic exhibition of National Geographic Society in Gijon, Spain, July 19, 2007.
MUMBAI: FremantleMedia produced India's Got Talent won the Best Entertainment award at the 18th Asian TV Awards which was held at Singapore.
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.
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.
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 .
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.
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.
'She loves climbing trees!': Daughter of Bradford housewife raised by monkeys tells of her own unconventional upbringing and says she wouldn't change a thing For Vanessa James, a mother who thought little of climbing a tree or leap-frogging into the monkey pen during visits to the zoo was nothing out of the ordinary.
Owner Gloria Delaney said in a telephone interview that she ran her wholesale business, Dwelling, "for years and years," buying for retailers like Coldwater Creek, Anthroplogie and National Geographic.