Picture Stories The large triangular fins of orca whales slice the surface of the water and the inky blackness of dawn stubbornly clings to everything as we travel by zodiac through the northern fjords
One of the largest gatherings on Earth, the annual hajj began Thursday and continues until October 7. During that period, an estimated two million Muslims will participate in the pilgrimage. Making the
Changing Planet The Global March for Elephants and Rhinos brought together people in 130 cities worldwide (90 more cities than last year) on Saturday, October 4, 2014. The march in Washington, D.C., assembled
A new book offers survival guidelines for storms, floods, fires, and more. Few families are adequately prepared for natural disasters such as hurricanes, tornadoes, droughts, floods, and wildfires, warns
"Don't waste your money on bottled water! I just drank the tap water and I feel fine," brags a fellow hostel guest in Kathmandu. This person won't be seen again for three days, looking about 8lbs lighter.
Monday, an overcast and cold day, did not seem particularly busy at Disneyland Paris, with only a handful of people hauling suitcases as they queued at the entrance. A street vendor outside the gates,
Waiting for a space taxi? It looks like it might show up a little late. Of course, it's only NASA astronauts currently in line for one of the agency's recently commissioned spacecraft, but both companies