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For more than six decades, the Sherpas have been the unsung heroes of Mount Everest climbing expeditions and have helped thousands of climbers scale the world's highest peak.
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Looking for some inspiration and advice for hitting the road with your family? These 12 travel experts make packing up everyone from toddlers to teens look effortless.
Last year, tourists visiting Utah spent about $7.4 billion while visiting our scenic attractions, such as Utah's national parks and recreation areas.
A chimpanzee hangs from a tree trunk in Kibale National Park in Uganda. A new study indicates that chimps prefer a specific tree for sleeping.
Today The Democratic Party of Los Alamos will have its monthly meeting from 7-8 p.m., in Building 2 at UNMLA.
In his basement work space on Bailey Island, photojournalist Robert Freson sorts through photos he took while on assignment in Africa, covering the lives of nomadic tribes.
Remember those stunning photos of P-22 last year in National Geographic by photographer Steve Winter? Words like tawny and majestic come to mind.
By the end of this online boot camp you will have a plan for making a profitable career as a freelancer, and the skill set to devote yourself to it.
It's always interesting to see movies set in the future in which the world is just as heavily centered around white people as the present is.
Award winning author Marc Aronson and National Geographic ask "Are Griffins Real?" Plus a closer look at the Clark County "range war" between Cliven Bundy and the federal Bureau of Land Management with Las Vegas resident and independent filmmaker Michael Sosebee and what "Tax Freedom Day" is according to the National Tax Foundation on The Tom ... (more)
National Geographic 's new food site offers a pretty baller look inside Norway's arctic Svalbard Global Seed Vault , with a focus on the storage facility's latest addition: SPACE BEER.
Pop culture collided when Lorde met George Brett, the inspiration for her hit song "Royals."
The company announced today it will launch NatGeoFood.com . A press release describes the site as a web portal "dedicated to exploring issues surrounding how we eat today and how we can provide food for all as the world's population grows and climate change impacts growing seasons and planting zones."
Celebrity chef Jose Andres, whose D.C.-based ThinkFoodGroup owns a dozen popular Washington restaurants, will be among contributors to a new National Geographic website called NetGeoFood.com.
Make your own Mansaf! Expat tour operator wins National Geographic award by giving vacationers a hands on experience of Jordan Sometimes a vacation can feel like hard work.