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How a Transplanted Face Transformed a Young Woman’s Life loading...
How a Transplanted Face Transformed a Young Woman’s Life
At 18, Katie Stubblefield lost her face. At 21, she became the youngest person in the U.S. to undergo the still experimental surgery. Follow her incredible story.
The Emotional Journey of Photographing a Face Transplant loading...
The Emotional Journey of Photographing a Face Transplant
Maggie Steber and Lynn Johnson reflect on capturing the story of Katie Stubblefield, the youngest face transplant patient in the U.S.
Immigration Archaeology: What’s Left at Border Crossings loading...
Immigration Archaeology: What’s Left at Border Crossings
From water bottles and love letters to tequila and a Bible, items discarded by immigrants help tell their story, says archaeologist Jason De León.
Watch This Beautiful Mexican Pottery Emerge from Clay loading...
Watch This Beautiful Mexican Pottery Emerge from Clay
See how traditional artistic traditions are being kept alive in the Mexican state of Michoacan in this Short Film Showcase.
See How This Intricate Peruvian Folk Art Is Made by Hand loading...
See How This Intricate Peruvian Folk Art Is Made by Hand
In the city of Ayucucho, Peru, artists have been creating retablos or traditional religious alters for centuries.
This Photographer Found Peace While Fly-Fishing Kenya's Lush Highland Rivers loading...
This Photographer Found Peace While Fly-Fishing Kenya's Lush Highland Rivers
Pete Muller was searching for a way to heal after years of working in some of Africa's most conflicted environments. He found it at the Mathioya River.
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Katie Couric: Biography
Award-winning journalist, cancer advocate, documentary filmmaker and New York Times best-selling author, Katie Couric and National Geographic have teamed up for America Inside Out with Katie Couric.
In Villages That Relied on Illegal Logging, This Man Is Pushing for Change loading...
In Villages That Relied on Illegal Logging, This Man Is Pushing for Change
The key to stop poaching and logging in protected lands? Offer real solutions for local communities.
Tracing the Native American Roots of Natural Icons in the U.S. loading...
Tracing the Native American Roots of Natural Icons in the U.S.
This naturalist is working to ensure the history of America's most revered outdoor spaces is not forgotten.
Meet the Woman Making Ants the Next Big Thing in Biology loading...
Meet the Woman Making Ants the Next Big Thing in Biology
Corrie Moreau is reshaping our view of insect evolution—and confronting gender discrimination in the process.
Keeping the Inuit Way of Life Alive in a Changing World loading...
Keeping the Inuit Way of Life Alive in a Changing World
As part of National Geographic's Short Film Case

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