Travel A National Geographic staffer reveals her most memorable moments—including frosty glaciers and lovely lagoons—in this beautiful wilderness. National Geographic Travel communications director Meg
Sea lion pups are in much better shape this fall than last year, when unusually warm Pacific Ocean waters caused an alarming increase in deaths along the California coast, but the birth rate for the flipper-footed
This story originally appeared on Hoodline. When Eileen W. of Golden Gate Heights arrived at Ocean Beach Wednesday morning to walk her dog, she came across an unusual sight: several coconuts with red were
A new exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art celebrates Pergamon, the stunning city that reveals a great deal about the ancient world, writes Alastair Sooke. When Alexander the Great died in Babylon,
Generations have come to San Francisco in search of something big. The city’s beloved football team—the 49ers—took its name from the 300,000+ hardy miners seeking wealth during the California Gold Rush
The mayor of a city south of Mexico's capital was shot to death on Saturday, less than a day after taking office, officials said. Gunmen burst into the house of Mayor Gisela Mota in the city of Temixco
Crime in America may be on the rise again. It's too early to talk about a national trend, but there have been troubling spikes in shootings and murders in big cities such as New York, Baltimore and Los
The guitar god is also an inventor and patent holder who has spent the better part of 35 years in this shop, rebuilding guitars and amps, searching for his signature sound I've always been a tinkerer.