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China deports tourists for watching 'terrorism' videos

Some of the 20 foreigners from UK, South Africa and India say they were just watching a Genghis Khan documentary.<p>China has deported a group 20 foreign tourists from Britain, South Africa and India for watching video clips that allegedly advocated terrorism and religious extremism, the official …

Genghis Khan

Our Photographers' Favorite Cameras

Travel<p>National Geographic photographers reveal the cameras they use to capture world-renowned pictures. —Dan Westergren, director of photography, National Geographic Travel

Flames head to Anaheim facing elimination after loss to Ducks

Johnny Gaudreau was down, the disappointment palpable in his eyes. Joe Colborne was desolate, his voice cracking as he repeated over and over, "that was on me." Mikael Backlund spoke of the Calgary Flames' resolve and their unwillingness to quit.<p>All in all though, it was a somber dressing room …

Ice Hockey

Floyd Mayweather Faces Obstacles in Lining Up a Compelling Final Fight

Floyd Mayweather, boxing's master of provocation and self-preservation in the ring, handily defeated Manny Pacquiao Saturday, moving to 48-0. He could be looking at just one more fight in his long and storied career, per <i>The Guardian</i>'s Bryan Graham: "Mayweather said that he will fight again but that …

Winston brings spotlight to Alabama hometown for draft

BESSEMER, Ala. (AP) — Jameis Winston celebrated the NFL draft his way, creating his own memorable moment with family and friends in his hometown. It …

The most troubling thing about Russian hackers reading Obama's unclassified emails

What makes the intrusion troubling is the content of those emails.<p>Officials conceded to the Times that, "the unclassified system routinely contains much information that is considered highly sensitive: schedules, email exchanges with ambassadors and diplomats, discussions of pending personnel moves …