This operation in Sydney, Australia, is one the last of its kind, where stuffed victims can be expertly brought back to life
Japan's version of pinball has long been immensely popular. But it is struggling to lure new, technology-inundated fans
In some of the week's most striking images, workers wash the Great Clock's face, pups celebrate Mass, and more
A young artist chooses to see hope amid the ongoing crisis between Gaza and Israel
A new book introduces the world to John Alvin
In some of the week's most stirring images, children ride horseback through downtown Los Angeles, synchronized swimmers give a fierce performance, and more
A treatment dry-run looks like a scene out of Outbreak
A New York photographer traces the creation of an iconic topper
In some of the week's most moving images, women string together flowers, a boy takes comfort in a kitten, and more
In Bangladesh, an Australian photographer finds a tight-knit, motley family
World War I was one of the deadliest wars in history. But it also produced a plethora of innovations in science and society.
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- Why you should stop believing in evolution
- Russia's new air force is a mystery
- The secret to handling pressure like astronauts, Navy SEALs, and samurai
- What would a U.S.-Russia war look like?
- The government is getting into the fact-checking business. Be very, very afraid.
- After Ferguson, we don't need another dialogue on race
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