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‘I can’t wait to hold my kids again’: Life inside Wuhan’s quarantine loading...
‘I can’t wait to hold my kids again’: Life inside Wuhan’s quarantine
A father, a doctor, and other residents recount the coronavirus outbreak’s deadly first month.
The decade that changed Hollywood … again loading...
The decade that changed Hollywood … again
Film in the 1980s was very much dominated by a bunch of slightly older “new wave” of filmmakers that originally changed Hollywood back in the early 1970s.
New coronavirus can spread between humans—but it started in a wildlife market loading...
New coronavirus can spread between humans—but it started in a wildlife market
With confirmed cases in multiple countries, health officials are looking to similar outbreaks from the past and seeing a common thread.
Best Of The Decade loading...
Best Of The Decade
Journey through National Geographic’s most powerful photographs of the decade.
We Asked Women Around The World These 6 Provocative Questions loading...
We Asked Women Around The World These 6 Provocative Questions
The answers may surprise you. Here's what they said.
Women’s Health Concerns Are Dismissed More, Studied Less loading...
Women’s Health Concerns Are Dismissed More, Studied Less
This female physician has seen too many women frustrated in their efforts to attain wellness. Her prescription for a remedy: Women must speak up.
The Opioid Crisis Exposed In Photos From A Hard-Hit Neighbourhood loading...
The Opioid Crisis Exposed In Photos From A Hard-Hit Neighbourhood
Photographer David Guttenfelder has documented horrors around the world, but he was shocked by what he saw on a Philadelphia street.
How Does The Shoemaker Love His Work? Heart And Sole loading...
How Does The Shoemaker Love His Work? Heart And Sole
Peter Limmer comes from a family of footwear makers. Today he crafts custom hiking boots with the tools, and in the shop, that his grandfather left him.
Dirt Floors Can Kill You. This Graduate Might Have A Solution. loading...
Dirt Floors Can Kill You. This Graduate Might Have A Solution.
More than one billion people live in homes with unsanitary dirt floors. This U.S. business school graduate aims to change that, starting in Rwanda.
How A Photographer Got This Amazing Mountaintop Shot loading...
How A Photographer Got This Amazing Mountaintop Shot
Getting to this high-altitude research station is surprisingly easy—just take a train.
The Best Photos Of 2019 loading...
The Best Photos Of 2019
National Geographic's 100 best images of the year–curated from 106 photographers, 121 stories, and more than two million photographs.
Humble Diving Fins Sped This Scientist Into History loading...
Humble Diving Fins Sped This Scientist Into History
National Geographic’s archive collects famous footwear—including these flippers worn by Sylvia Earle during some of her 8,000 hours under water.

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