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Vintage photos of royal families from all over the world loading...
Vintage photos of royal families from all over the world
Britain's royal family is famous for their style when celebrating marriages and new arrivals, and royal families from around the world are no exception—whatever the time or place.
Enormous, rare Viking ship burial discovered by radar loading...
Enormous, rare Viking ship burial discovered by radar
Archaeologists in Norway using ground-penetrating radar have detected one of the largest Viking ship graves ever found.
Photos show how Saudi Arabia has changed over time loading...
Photos show how Saudi Arabia has changed over time
National Geographic photographers have been documenting daily life in Saudi Arabia for more than a century.
Nobel Peace Prize winner Nadia Murad speaks with National Geographic loading...
Nobel Peace Prize winner Nadia Murad speaks with National Geographic
The young Yazidi woman, the victim of horrific crimes, has spoken out worldwide in her campaign to end sexual assault as a weapon of war.
To honor an elephant, Indian temples are going plastic-free loading...
To honor an elephant, Indian temples are going plastic-free
Hindu temples in southern India are taking a stand against single-use plastic. Other faiths are taking notice.
Who Are the Nobel Prize Winners? We've Crunched the Numbers. loading...
Who Are the Nobel Prize Winners? We've Crunched the Numbers.
We dove into 115 years’ worth of past laureates, and the data revealed some striking trends.
Why One Photographer Spent Years Recording the Lives of Interned Japanese Americans loading...
Why One Photographer Spent Years Recording the Lives of Interned Japanese Americans
With a deep personal connection, Paul Kitagaki, Jr, set out to document the people interned during World War II.
Healing From a Civil War, These Children Choose Forgiveness loading...
Healing From a Civil War, These Children Choose Forgiveness
Short film about two children on opposing sides of Central African Republic's civil war.
See Photos of Life Side-by-Side in North and South Korea loading...
See Photos of Life Side-by-Side in North and South Korea
Photographer Ed Jones has rare, regular access to North Korea, but is based in South Korea—the perfect setup to document how life in both countries can be similar.
Photographing Intimate Moments in Indigenous Amazonian Communities loading...
Photographing Intimate Moments in Indigenous Amazonian Communities
With the threat of displacement looming, photographer Charlie Hamilton James set out to showcase daily life with these vulnerable groups.
Grief and Anger Mingle After Devastating Brazil Museum Fire loading...
Grief and Anger Mingle After Devastating Brazil Museum Fire
“The importance of the collections that were lost couldn't be overstated.”
Why Revealing Uncontacted Tribes May Help Save Them loading...
Why Revealing Uncontacted Tribes May Help Save Them
Recently released video showing isolated Amazon tribes in Brazil has sparked a debate over giving them attention they never sought.

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