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How the dinosaur-killing asteroid primed Earth for modern life

Marine die-offs after the impact may have created opportunities for the life that survived around the globe, new data reveal.

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Weather shows evidence of climate change every single day since 2012

Children born in 2012 haven’t lived a single day unaffected by climate change.

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Traveling to the Philippines? What to know about the volcano

As the erupting Taal Volcano blankets some regions in ash, find out how travel is affected—and what might happen if there’s a bigger blast.

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A tour through the heart of Europe

With a seven-day trip in Hungary, you can experience both Budapest’s cosmopolitan color and the more laidback charms of the countryside beyond.

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These rare zebras are dependent on humans, for now

Feeding wildlife is generally discouraged, but it may be the only way to help the endangered Grevy’s zebra survive drought.

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Raise a glass! It's the 100th anniversary of Prohibition.

In January 1920, the 18th Amendment went into effect, outlawing the sale of alcoholic beverages in the United States and ushering in an age of rebellion.

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Explore tarot’s centuries-old history in Milan

For devotees of this 600-year-old esoteric art, a trip to northern Italy is in the cards.

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A skeptic tries ‘forest bathing’

The Japanese wellness practice is said to generate a slew of health benefits. Does it work?

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America’s last slave ship stole them from home. It couldn’t steal their identities.

In 1860, an illegal bet brought the last known captive Africans to U.S. shores aboard Clotilda. Their story is one of tragedy and resilience.

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Two visions collide amid push to restore Montana plains

An ambitious plan to return grasslands to the wild splendor of the past faces impassioned resistance from the present.

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