National Geographic May 2017
Whose Moors Are They?
Scotland has lost more than 25 percent of its heather moorland since World War II. For what’s left of this signature landscape, the future is clouded by debates about class, culture, and nature.
Who Is a Genius?
Science explores why some exceptional minds soar above mere brilliance.
United in Protest
For indigenous people, rebelling against a pipeline is also uniting nations.
The Burning Heart of Africa
Is failure the fate of the Central African Republic?
In a bustling flower market in Kolkata, India, vendors wear their colorful wares.
King Tut’s dad, and Egypt’s first revolutionary, is still a symbol of change.
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