When you’re close to the trunk, you feel something powerful,” says William Daniels, a photographer who traveled through ...
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The celebrated writer reminds us that the wonder of India’s iconic mausoleum transcends time—and tourist hordes.
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Craig Cutler only had three chances over three days to get this image of the prototype that may someday help detect signs of ...
Fertility lies on a continuum,” experts say. While age delivers the harshest blow to a woman’s odds of conceiving, many other factors are also at play.
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Bug-eyed sculptures. Huge masks of hammered gold. These artifacts in China have long puzzled archaeologists—but may show us ...
The centuries-old art of folding paper is yielding new applications in spacecraft, architecture, and even the human body.