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Apple doubles down on photography with new Shot on iPhone campaign

Apple knows that the battle for people’s pockets is going to be fought in part in the photography space. With iOS 10, the company is making it even easier to get to the camera in a hurry, but in an effort to remind people that they’re <i>already</i> carrying a great camera around with them, Apple is …

Vanuatu islands brace for powerful Cyclone Pam

A massive storm is bearing down on the South Pacific island of Vanuatu, bringing with it gusts of up to 240 kilometres (150 miles) per hour and putting nearly 250,000 people at risk, aid agencies said on Friday.<p>Vanuatu has urged residents to seek shelter as Cyclone Pam, one of the strongest seen in …

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Florida Beach Photos

Florida's beaches—pristine and remote to popular and packed—are the state's crown jewels. Take a tour with this photo gallery from National Geographic.

Rebels claim to capture key Ukraine rail hub of Debaltseve

Fighting breaks out for first time inside flashpoint town in east Ukraine, say officials, with rebels claiming victory in harsh blow to a fragile ceasefire<p>Russia-backed separatists say they have gained control of a key rail hub in eastern Ukraine.<p>The Donetsk News Agency, a rebel mouthpiece, quoted …

Awe-inspiring giant sequoia trees are among the largest living things on earth, but the opportunity to experience them is rare. Approximately 75 groves exist, and #GiantForest (pictured here) at #Sequoia #NationalPark in #California is one of the largest groves. Some of the largest trees are in the Giant Forest -- some of which are as tall as an average 26-story building and their diameter at the base exceeds the width of many city streets. Photo of #snow-covered sequoias by Steven M. Bumgardner from earlier this #winter.