Chay Holganza

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NBA Finals MVP rankings: Andre Iguodala on top, but race is wide open

A big Game 5 from either Curry or Draymond could be the difference.<p>So the Golden State Warriors took a 3-1 lead over the Cleveland Cavaliers Friday …

The Meaning of Ali: A daughter remembers her father's gentle soul

<i>This story appears in ESPN The Magazine's June 27 Muhammad Ali Issue. Subscribe today!</i><p><b>IN ORDER TO</b> recognize a great person, we must have an …

Boxing

LeBron James losing cool as a career of Finals frustration mounts

LeBron lost his cool at times in Game 4, and it helped put his team on the brink of elimination<p>CLEVELAND -- It seemed inevitable, by then.<p>The …

35 Cool Photos of Cat Ladies We Want To Be Friends With

A long time ago, the phrase “cat lady” was used to poke fun at women who chose to be single, growing old and devoting all their care and attention on …

Pets

24 Hours in Athens, Greece

"You really don't need more than a day in Athens."<p>Everyone says it. Whether it is true or not, Athens is the red headed stepchild of the Greek Islands. I personally believe that any city can be exciting and fun if you know the right places to visit and where to eat, but with my flight schedule …

Athens

Ten Places to Go Before They Disappear

It is a sad reality that some of the world's most beautiful sights are at risk of disappearing. Some of the world's natural wonders are under threat from development, mass tourism and environmental change, making it crucial to travel to these places before it's too late. Whether it's ancient …

South America

Q+A: An Outlander Tour of Scotland

"Outlander" might be new to TV, but "Claire and Jamie" tours based on Diana Gabaldon's long-running book series have run for over a decade--and they're newly in demand, thanks no doubt to the early success of the Starz adaptation. Claire, of course, is the headstrong British Army nurse who travels …

TV Series

Travel 365: A stunning sunset over Scotland's Ring of Brodgar—part of the UNESCO World Heritage site called the Heart of Neolithic Orkney. http://on.natgeo.com/1nXR5Yu Photograph by Jim Richardson, National Geographic

Top Five Side Trips From Machu Picchu

Don't go all the way to Machu Picchu without having one of these experiences, the perfect way to round out a trip to Peru.<p>For many visitors to Peru, Machu Picchu is the number one draw. But Peru is such an ecologically, topographically, and historically rich country that it’d be a waste to travel …

National Geographic Travel

First World War centenary: how the events of August 1 1914 unfolded

Britain went to war on August 4, 1914. In the first part of a four-day series, we document the dramatic events leading up to the declaration of war as they happened, hour-by-hour<p><i>Are we to go in or stand aside? Of course everybody longs to stand aside.</i> <b><br>Herbert Asquith, diary entry, July 31</b><p>The crisis …

Europe

First World War centenary: how the events of August 2 1914 unfolded

Britain went to war on August 4 1914. In the second part of a four-day series, we document the dramatic events leading up to the declaration of war as they happened, hour-by-hour<p><i>Ever since 1892, when France and Russia had joined in military alliance, it was clear that four of the five signatories</i> …

Europe

August 5 1914: The nightmare begins – with some patriotic fervour and rocketing prices

The 4am edition of The Daily Telegraph on Wednesday August 5 1914 may not have had news of war on its front page, but inside pages had plenty of news about the countdown to world war<p>There was nothing on the front page of the 4am edition of The Daily Telegraph on Wednesday August 5 1914 to tell the …

Never forget the bravery and the selfless sacrifice

Commentary: As Britain prepares to remember, Sajid Javid, the Culture Secretary, on why we should never forget<p>Within the rich earth of St Symphorien Military Cemetery, there is indeed “a richer dust concealed”. The site, just over a mile from the Belgian tourist town of Mons, is the resting place …

Remembrance Day