National Geographic May 2018
The restless brilliance behind his artistry continues to mesmerize us.
At Fakarava Atoll in French Polynesia each June brings a rare spectacle as groupers breed and sharks feed.
The Dinosaurs That Didn’t Die
Survivors of an asteroid strike 66 million years ago begat today’s birds.
Being Muslim in America
An estimated 3.45 million Muslims live in the United States today. Among them are immigrants from some 75 different countries. Despite a climate often hostile to their presence, they’re forming communities, building mosques – and thriving.
What They Carried
When war broke out in South Sudan again, hundreds of thousands of women fled with only what they could pack in treasured bedsheets.
Rid the Sciences of Sexual Harassers
They’ve lost their jobs in many fields – what about the sciences?
Mapping the Stars
Astrophysicist Juna Kollmeier wants to understand the substance of the universe
Arctic Camping in February
How to get to a place where winter travel is often impossible
Termites’ Tricks for Climate Control
An office building in tropical Zimbabwe keeps cool without air-conditioning.
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