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2015/07/02 07:27
2015/07/02 07:27
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At 7:00am, bleary-eyed and with a granola bar in hand, you race your 17-year-old Lacey to her crew practice. Once you’ve dropped her off, you swing by Whole Foods to grab something to cook for dinner,...
2015/07/02 07:27
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2015/06/29 14:17
2015/06/29 14:17
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WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--National Geographic, the New Zealand Antarctic Research Institute (NZARI) and Antarctica New Zealand announced today an unprecedented, cross-platform partnership to...
2015/06/29 12:12
2015/06/29 12:12
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Published: Monday, 6/29/2015 - Updated: 2 minutes ago OUR TOWNSArctic expedition inspires Springfield Township teacher National Geographic fellowship focused on conservation Laura Schetter says she...
2015/06/28 09:57
2015/06/28 09:57
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EUREKA SPRINGS -- There were four people in line Saturday when the Carroll County Courthouse opened at 9 a.m. to issue marriage licenses for four hours. Last year, on May 10 -- the first day gay...
2015/06/26 18:28
2015/06/26 18:28
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Belief in UFOs is a global phenomenon, with millions of people subscribed to ideas of unidentified flying objects, aliens, abductions and government conspiracies about the likes of Roswell and Area...
2015/06/24 15:22
2015/06/24 15:22
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SAN ANGELO, Texas - Robert Dowler, a professor of biology at Angelo State University, received the Joseph Grinnell Award for Excellence in Education from the American Society of Mammalogists at the...
2015/06/23 21:35
2015/06/23 21:35
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Nat Geo Wild is taking an unapologetic chomp out of a Discovery Channel summer staple. The network, a joint venture between the National Geographic Society and Fox, has released a promo that all but...
2015/06/23 19:35
2015/06/23 19:35
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OLD BENNINGTON >> The Bennington Center for the Arts had a 12-hour day last weekend as it celebrated the opening of two new art shows with artist demonstrations, a lecture and live music. The...
2015/06/22 18:40
2015/06/22 18:40
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Take, for example, Corina Logan, whose work focuses on the cognitive abilities of the great-tailed grackle, a member of the blackbird family. A junior research fellow at UC Santa Barbara's SAGE Center...
2015/06/21 21:15
2015/06/21 21:15
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The Tourism Authority is considering ways to better control the flow of visitors to tourist attractions to ensure their carrying capacity is not harmed by increasing numbers of domestic and foreign...
2015/06/21 04:58
2015/06/21 04:58
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As the setting sun turned the red rock of southern Utah to a deepening shade of pink, I set up camp below an ancient ruin tucked high into a cliff. My tent raised, I enjoyed a hot pasta dinner while...
2015/06/19 22:59
2015/06/19 22:59
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Australian marsupials display a natural preference for using their left hand, say scientists. Research on wild kangaroos in Australia is challenging the notion that having a strong hand preference is...
2015/06/19 10:39
2015/06/19 10:39
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National Geographic to release Malala film in 171 countries National Geographic Channel plans to release Academy Award winner Davis Guggenheim's upcoming feature documentary "He Named Me Malala" on...
2015/06/17 18:23
2015/06/17 18:23
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Five up-and-coming University of Otago academics have gained Early Career Awards for Distinction in Research. The awards for ''outstanding'' research have gone to three scholars at the university's...
2015/06/17 12:04
2015/06/17 12:04
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The 7.8-magnitude quake reversed the gradual northeasterly course of the world's highest peak, which straddles Nepal and China, the National Administration of Surveying, Mapping and Geoinformation...
2015/06/17 05:19
2015/06/17 05:19
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Jarrett Mulloy, son of Robert and Michelle Mulloy and an eighth-grader at Piccowaxen Middle School, competed as a semifinalist in the 2015 Maryland National Geographic State Bee. The contest was held...
2015/06/15 20:17
2015/06/15 20:17
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Climate and Ecosystem Instability Delayed Dinosaur Success An international team of scientists including Stony Brook paleontologist Alan Turner publish findings in PNAS Available for logged-in...
2015/06/15 19:19
2015/06/15 19:19
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A duckling admires his reflection before taking a drink from a pool of water on a rainy day in Chambersburg, Pa. (Markell Deloatch/Public Opinion via AP) It’s tough to be a little duck in the big...
2015/06/14 02:53
2015/06/14 02:53
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WASHINGTON — Of the silly traditions involving running for the White House, the going-abroad-to-show-my-foreign-policy-credentials ritual ranks worst, except for eating fried dough at county...
2015/06/11 18:17
2015/06/11 18:17
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WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--National Geographic Channel and Executive Producers Morgan Freeman, Lori McCreary and James Younger of Revelations Entertainment announced today The Story of God, a new...
2015/07/02 07:27
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