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Aurora and reflection

In honor of the return of aurora season to Earth’s northerly latitudes, here’s the aurora borealis – northern lights – above Norway’s Lyngen …

Can Artificial Insemination Save Endangered Species?

Wildlife<p>These Magellanic penguin chicks, hatched in May 2014, are the second group of penguins bred using artificial insemination at SeaWorld. The penguin on the right was the first penguin to be conceived using frozen-then-thawed semen. The two on the left were conceived using chilled semen. …

Ancient Mayan Cities Found In Mexican Jungle

MEXICO CITY, Aug 22 (Reuters) - Archaeologists have found two ancient Mayan cities hidden in the jungle of southeastern Mexico, and the lead researcher says he believes there are "dozens" more to be found in the region.<p>Ivan Sprajc, associate professor at the Research Center of the Slovenian Academy …

Uranus: Why we should visit the most unloved planet

Uranus has always been left out when it comes to missions to our near neighbours. But now there are serious attempts to visit this toxic gas giant, writes Richard Hollingham.<p>The butt (snigger) of countless jokes, Uranus is almost certainly the most unloved planet in our solar system. It always …

Astronomy

Big Ideas Gets a Bit Bigger

Inside Flipboard / June 23, 2014<p>We’ve got a special place for people aspiring to make the world better: it’s called Big Ideas. This category, which …

The Week in Review: Marijuana Goes Mainstream

In recent years, American social policy became a very sticky subject. Issues ranging from gay marriage to gun ownership are hotly politicized, and …

Gun Control

Hiking in the world's biggest wilderness: Finland's taiga forest

Finland’s Bear’s Ring Trail is the perfect introduction to the country's vast Arctic forest – and in autumn it’s ablaze with colour<p>'Circular saw’ –</i> …

Top 10 Outdoor Music Venues

Listen, watch, and marvel at open-air stages as great as the performances on them.<p>From the National Geographic book <i>Four Seasons of Travel</i><p><b>Great Stage Park, Manchester, Tennessee</b> <br>www.bonnaroo.com <br>If you’re after a really good time, then it’s off to Bonnaroo, a music festival that takes over the …

14 of the world's most incredible islands

Crowd-free crescents, UNESCO-listed dots, the map's hardest-to-reach corners... We've scoured the globe to find the most enchanting islands you've …

10 free things to do in London

Exploring the sights of London can come at a cost – but it's not all bad news for budget travellers. In fact, London excels in offering free …

All at sea: five great UK coastal walks

Tenby to Laugharne, South-west Wales<p>This gently undulating 18 mile amble along the Wales Coast Path links Pembrokeshire’s liveliest seaside resort with the small town where Dylan Thomas lived – and which this year has been celebrating the centenary of his birth. Along the way are picnic-friendly …

Tree of Life

How to tackle your fear of flying

Do you get sweaty palms at the thought of taking off? Do you battle a flying phobia every time you travel? You need these tips for fearless …

Kilauea, Far From Ordinary

Adventure<p>I took a photograph the other day like I occasionally do. It started out like such an ordinary day; the sun rose from the East as it always does. The birds began to chirp and the chickens began to stir right at dawn, perfectly on time like they always are. I opened my eyes like I always …

6 things I wish I’d known about North Korea

What to expect from a trip to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea? Look out for badges, tall stories, and contraband...<p>1. Forget everything …

A Family Business May Not Be – The Family Business

The evolution of the family business - adapt or die!<p>Your father started the company after returning from World War II. As a member of "The Greatest Generation," he worked hard and built a successful enterprise. You inherited the business 30 or 40 years ago and continued the tradition, growing the …

The Only Food Poor Americans Can Afford Is Making Them Unhealthy

To make their budgets stretch further, many people in poverty turn to expired, damaged, or processed items.<p>Americans receiving food aid have much higher rates of diabetes and high blood pressure than the U.S. population as a whole, and some of the habits they resort to in order to stretch their …

Nut price surge could leave Nutella-lovers shelling out

Prices of hazelnuts have surged in recent weeks after cold late winter weather and bitter frosts caused a poor harvest in the nut's chief exporter Turkey.<p>The rise has been so sharp it risks driving up the prices of popular consumer products like chocolate spreads or nut-filled chocolate bars.<p>Half …

Black Sea

Microsoft has nearly $93 billion in overseas cash, and it's reduced its tax bill by almost $30 billion

Microsoft’s stash of cash stored overseas, not subject to U.S. taxes, is growing.<p>In its latest regulatory filing, the software giant said it has now stockpiled $92.9 billion offshore and that this money could have cost the company $29.6 billion in taxes, but didn’t.<p>That compares to $76.4 billion …