Scientists have announced the discovery of a small "kingdom" thought to have been destroyed by the largest volcanic eruption in recorded history.Photo Gallery: See the "Lost Kingdom"
In the wake of last year's unprecedented hurricane damage, questions are being raised about whether rebuilding should be allowed on the U.S.'s hurricane-vulnerable coastlines.
The Tower of London's famous ravens have been moved inside to protect them from the deadly H5N1 strain of bird flu now threatening Britain.
Olympic organizers promise that the Turin Games will be "the greenest ever." But conservationists warn of a larger environmental crisis looming at the games' Alpine site.
Archaeologists have discovered the remains of a 500-year-old London chapel where generations of British monarchs worshipped, including Henry VIII.
Explore one of Earth's biggest biodiversity hotspotsthe islands stretching from Indonesia to the Philippinesand experience the sizeable wildlife that thrives there.
See some of the previously unknown species that scientists recently discovered in a remote mountain range on the island of New Guinea.
Hurricanes and warmer seas have put the world's second largest coral reef at risk. Go deep with conservationists to see what's at stake.
A big decision from the International Olympic Committee may have mapmakers and atlas editors rethinking what to call the host city of this winter's games.
Tomorrow astronauts on the International Space Station will jettison one of the most unusual satellites ever launched: a stuffed spacesuit.
Investigate the wildlife, peoples, and environment of the North Pole, and learn about the many expeditions that have explored the region, by foot, sled, planeand blimp.
Replay the year in science, nature, and exploration with the ten most popular videos from National Geographic News.
Families across Mexico will gather at local cemeteries Wednesday night for all-night parties that honor the deadholy or not.
The world's largest onshore wind farm, planned for a Scottish island, could provide power to more than a million people. But the project has been stirring a storm of controversy.
Coming to a fall festival near you: thousand-pound pumpkins and the growing sport of competitive gardening.
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