Cherie Pyle

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Family Make Shocking Discovery That Will Give You The Chills

With burglar alarms, padlocks, security codes and swipe cards you'd think one would be safe in your own home right? For 99% of us, that’s true but …

50 years of conspiracy theories and their effect on a nation's psyche

<i>New York</i> magazine is celebrating 50 years of alleged conspiracies with a series of articles about the US' most pervasive theories. It covers all forms of theory, from the widely believed — John F. Kennedy was not killed by an angry Lee Harvey Oswald, or if he was, he certainly wasn't acting alone — …

Comet Lovejoy getting brighter as it streaks near Earth

The potentially incredible Comet ISON has a companion in the morning sky.<p>The morning sky currently plays host to a newly discovered comet, which at present moment is actually higher in the sky, noticeably brighter and easier to see than the most-ballyhooed Comet ISON.<p>The new comet was discovered by …

Astronomy

Who's afraid of the American gray wolf?

There is no wild animal in America today more revered and reviled than the gray wolf. In Yellowstone National Park, wolf watchers line up along the Lamar Valley like paparazzi stalking pop stars. Meanwhile, in Catron County, New Mexico, schools build cages around bus stops, and a doctor sends a …

Study Finds Condition of Polar Bears in Arctic’s Chukchi Sea Stable Despite Sea Ice Loss

A recent study found that the condition of polar bears in the Arctic’s Chukchi Sea has remained stable despite sea ice loss, while the condition of another population in the Beaufort Sea has declined.<p>The researchers studied the overall health and reproductive rates of polar bears in the Chukchi …

Horse Stampede Causes Car Crashes

Kaleidoscope of bizarre creatures

<i>Justin Gilligan photographed a series of sea creatures on black backgrounds to celebrate 30 years of the Fly Point-Halifax Marine Reserve at Port</i> …

Fly To You

The Week in Pictures: Nov. 14 - 21

Day to Night Series Captures World-Renowned Cities Around the World from Dawn ‘Til Dusk

American photographer Stephen Wilkes is best known for his collection of abandoned structures such as those at Ellis Island or the former Bethlehem …

Around The World In ... A Lot Of Steps

Paul Salopek has discovered that the best way to take in information, to be a journalist and a storyteller, is not flying around the world with the latest technology. It's by walking.<p>"There's something about moving across the surface of the earth at 3 miles per hour that feels really good," he …

Natural Light Photography Tips

Natural lighting in photos can give off a pure vibe that artificial lighting often has trouble providing for you. There are several techniques you …

Landscape Photography

Balancing Flash and Ambient Light Using an Incident Light Meter

Balancing Flash and Ambient Light Using an Incident Light Meter - step by step help on how to set up and use an incident light meter to balance …

Photography

Breathtaking Photos of Supercell Thunderstorms in the US

With the devastation wrought by hurricane Haiyan very recently in the Philippines, we have been bombarded by haunting pictures of the havoc that can …

Sport picture of the day: Cantering at Wincanton

First published on Thu 21 Nov 2013 13.54 EST

Thomas Edison's assistants - a picture from the past

On 21 November 1877, the prolific American inventor, Thomas Edison, announced his invention of the phonograph. He had been working on recording telephone communications at his Menlo Park laboratory and this led him to develop a device which played back a song that he had recorded

Humorous Photos of Dogs Caught Mid-Lick

Photographer Ty Foster carves a niche in photography by shooting images of our canine friends, and very occasionally some fellow humans. His latest …