Her famous diary offered a glimpse into life in hiding from Nazi persecution. Today, historians continue to investigate who betrayed her—and debate how to protect the Jewish teen's memory.
Western burrowing owls have lost most of their grasslands to development in California, but new research shows how relocating them can work.
National Geographic Explorer and archaeologist Justin Dunnavant is on a mission to uncover truths about our collective history.
Comprehensive global data, flexible testing, and more make travel safer as COVID-19 continues into 2022. Omicron brought a slowly recovering travel industry to its knees this holiday season. Thousands ...
Outnumbered and undaunted, Spartan warriors and other Greek troops held firm in the face of Persia's might, until treachery brought King Xerxes' fury down upon them in 480 B.C.
The massive blaze at Notre Dame Cathedral in 2019 devastated one of the most notable monuments in Paris, placing it at the heart of the national conversation in France in a way that had not been seen ...
A new scanning technique delivers exquisitely detailed images—and could revolutionize the study of human anatomy.
The Rezaeis are among dozens of refugees from across South Asia, the Middle East, and Africa who have learned photography and filmmaking through ReFOCUS Media Labs while waiting for asylum in Greece.
The Lost Art of Self-reliant Living —says that parents can empower kids by showing them “eco hacks,” which are simple, surprising, and clever ideas that will help children find the fun in protecting ...
While farming coffee will be more challenging in a warmer climate, some countries will be able to grow more cashews and avocados, a new study finds.