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7,082 articles from National Geographic News
- SATURDAY 25. MAY, 2013
15:17 Pictures: Ethiopia’s Extreme Salt MinesSalt from the Afar region of Ethiopia, one of the Earth's hottest places, makes its way to market.
15:14 Travel Writer Paul Theroux’s Last Trip to Africa
Travel writer Paul Theroux takes one more trip to Africa and writes about it in his new book, The Last Train to Zona Verde.
- FRIDAY 24. MAY, 2013
18:33 3-D Printers Are Saving Lives and Serving Pizzas
The emerging technology has printed out a life-saving implant for a baby—and is poised to make pizzas that are out of this world.
18:04 Pictures: Seven Energy-Smart Zoos and AquariumsKeeping a diverse crowd of species comfortable comes with an elephant-sized energy bill for zoos and aquariums. These smart exhibits use technology, along with nature's own strategies, to cut demand.
17:02 Skywatcher's Guide: Eye-Catching Triple Planet Huddle in Evening Sky
How to watch Mercury, Venus, and Jupiter meet in the night sky this weekend.
15:50 Space Pictures This Week: Stellar Dust Bunnies, Bat SignalThe Ring Nebula shines, a volcano erupts, and Germans see the bat signal in this week's best new space pictures.
14:32 Is Australia the Face of Climate Change to Come?
As extreme weather seems to accelerate globally, scientists believe events Down Under can help explain what to look for-and guard against.
01:12 Improved Models Predict Active 2013 Hurricane Season
NOAA expects up to 20 named tropical storms, which could yield as many as six major hurricanes, as it utilizes new technology to improve forecasting.
00:18 Pictures: Top 10 Newly Discovered Species of 2012Glowing cockroaches and a destructive fungus make the grade in Arizona State's list of top 10 new species of 2012.
- THURSDAY 23. MAY, 2013
22:08 Taking Cover: A Guide to Tornado Shelters
Homeowners can install a nearly indestructible shelter to withstand tornado-strength winds.
20:01 What Makes Us Feel an Itch? Answer Surprises Scientists
Surprisingly, a molecule that usually works in the heart triggers itch, according to a new study in mice.
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Taking you behind the scenes at a NatGeo cover shoot with James Cameron
15:14 Q&A: Last Survivor of a Dramatic World War II Rescue
After a crash landing in Albania during World War II, Harold Hayes was trapped behind Nazi lines with 25 fellow medics and nurses.
- WEDNESDAY 22. MAY, 2013
23:03 Carnivorous Plant Keeps House With Ants
Diving ants keep nutritious fly larvae from escaping carnivorous pitcher plants.
21:22 All the Buzz About the 2013 Geographic Bee
Sathwik Karnik, a 12-year-old from Massachusetts, bested 53 contestants in the competition.
21:12 Tornadoes and Global Warming: Is There a Connection?
Global warming is causing more extreme weather. But when it comes to tornadoes, it could go either way.
19:20 Lessons From Joplin’s Tornado Recovery EffortAs Moore, Oklahoma, prepares to rebuild, a photographer recalls a similar effort in Joplin, Missouri.
19:19 Some 100 Species of Fungus Live on Our Feet
Sole survivors: Up to a hundred fungi species flourish on our feet, a new study says.
18:08 Chasing Tornadoes With a Camera
Storm chaser Roger Hill talks about the perils of photographing tornadoes.
17:52 Tesla Motors' Success Gives Electric Car Market a Charge
Amid a decimated field of E.V. startups, Tesla Motors is riding high. But can its feats help take electric cars mainstream?
17:43 Who's the Next Host of the Geography Bee?
The special CNN correspondent will take the reins from Alex Trebek.
17:33 National Geographic Bee: Do You Have What It Takes?
We've collected sample questions from last year's bee. Test yourself and see how you do.
17:17 Alex Trebek: On Hosting the Geography Bee
Alex Trebek has hosted every Geography Bee. He shares his thoughts after 25 years at the podium.
- TUESDAY 21. MAY, 2013
22:43 There's a Gnome at the Bottom of Your Garden
Good news, Sneezy, Doc, and Grumpy! The Chelsea Flower Show has ended its 100-year ban on whimsical garden sculptures.
22:34 Your Pictures: The Oklahoma TornadoHave a photo of the May 20 Oklahoma tornado? Submit it to National Geographic's Your Shot with the hashtag #tornado and our editors will consider it for this gallery.