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Power-hungry leaders are itching to exploit the coronavirus crisis
01 Apr 2020 - As Covid-19 brings the world to a halt, some world leaders have spotted an opportunity to tighten their grip on power.
Ecuador's largest waterfall has disappeared
01 Apr 2020 - The largest waterfall in Ecuador has seemingly vanished after a sinkhole swallowed part of its water source.
Iceland lab's testing suggests 50% of cases have no symptoms
01 Apr 2020 - There's a lot about Iceland that other countries could envy: Its spectacular natural surroundings, its place among the world's happiest countries, and, now, its large-scale testing for the novel coronavirus, which could influence how the world understands the outbreak.
Evidence of ancient rainforests found in Antarctica
01 Apr 2020 - When dinosaurs roamed the Earth 90 million years ago, the planet was much warmer, including Antarctica at the South Pole. But in a surprising twist, researchers have discovered evidence that Antarctica also supported a swampy rainforest at the time, according to a new study.
Northern lights danced over this Finnish town
01 Apr 2020 - Nature's best light show was put on display over northern parts Finland. These northern lights were captured by a local.
How some investors have profited from the stock market's huge losses
31 Mar 2020 - Hedge fund manager Bill Ackman appeared on CNBC earlier this month tearfully begging for the stock market to be shut down because he thought "hell" was coming,"
Pandemic could push 11 million people in Asia into poverty
31 Mar 2020 - The economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic could drive an additional 11 million people into poverty in East Asia and the Pacific unless "urgent action" is taken, the World Bank warned in a report released Monday.
What to do if you're worried about paying your bills
22 Mar 2020 - Carrie Hubbard doesn't know when the next paycheck will come.
7 tips to survive working from home with your spouse
31 Mar 2020 - Workers across the country are sharing a new office with a new co-worker: their significant other.
How Huawei is returning to work
01 Apr 2020 - At Huawei's first ever virtual press conference on Tuesday, CEO Eric Xu waited patiently as dozens of reporters attempted to get the moderator's attention on video conferencing platform Zoom.
US cities are losing 36 million trees a year. Here's why it matters
18 Sep 2019 - If you're looking for a reason to care about tree loss, the nation's latest heat wave might be it. Trees can lower summer daytime temperatures by as much as 10 degrees Fahrenheit, according to a recent study.
Miami's Little Haiti wasn't a target for developers. Until the seas started to rise
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How rich people could help save the planet from the climate crisis
12 Jul 2019 - Rich people don't just have bigger bank balances and more lavish lifestyles than the rest of us -- they also have bigger carbon footprints.
Majestic portraits of the world's remotest tribes
30 Apr 2019 - In 2013, the British photographer Jimmy Nelson published his first monograph, a 400-page photo book titled "Before They Pass Away." His subjects were shot in some of the world's most remote wildernesses, showing us, in monumental fashion, the lives and cultures of some of the world's most isolated and ancient indigenous communities.
The story behind Audrey Hepburn's little black dress
31 Mar 2020 - Remember when actress Audrey Hepburn turned a sleek black dress into an enduring symbol of understated style? It was 1961, and Hepburn was playing the part of troubled call girl Holly Golightly in Blake Edwards' "Breakfast at Tiffany's," based on the novella by Truman Capote.
At home with creative director Arthur Lewis and his stunning collection of black art
01 Apr 2020 - The front door of Arthur Lewis' Los Angeles home opens to a room organized like an exhibition space. The marks of domesticity -- dining room table, mantel, fireplace, throw pillows -- are present, but engulfed by art. Paintings and sculptures grab all the attention, and maybe the intention, of the space.
Rare color photos cast new light on WWII
19 Oct 2017 - Color film was rare in World War II. The vast majority of the photos taken during the conflict were in black and white, and color photography as a whole was still a relatively new technique.
These designers are reshaping the sex tech industry
13 Mar 2020 - There's long been a dearth of innovative design in the sex tech industry: In the words of Lora Haddock DiCarlo, founder of CES-award winning sex toy company Lora DiCarlo, the field's output throughout 20th century amounted to little more than "the vibrator, over and over again. The same thing in different shades of pink."
A short history of the fashion show
16 Dec 2019 - Whether onstage or online, today's fashion shows are bigger than ever -- and broadcast to audiences of millions. But their roots are more humble and intimate than you might expect.
What will travel look like after coronavirus?
30 Mar 2020 - As movement around the world grows more and more restricted, it's hard to imagine what travel will look like when it eventually ramps back up.
Cruise ships are still scrambling for safe harbor
01 Apr 2020 - More than a dozen cruise ships remain stranded at sea right now -- some with and some without passengers -- as ports deny entry and passengers panic about returning home.
Will it be safe -- and acceptable -- to travel by July?
25 Mar 2020 - Spring break, save for some determined spring breakers in Florida and tourists heading to Hawaii, was largely canceled, but what about summer vacation?
'I'm in the safest place in the world'
20 Mar 2020 - For even more videos from this part of the world head to Great Big Story.
16 of the world's best coastlines
01 Aug 2018 - Coastlines are one of the most alluring of our planet's geographical features.
Where to see the oldest living things on Earth
03 Dec 2019 - Who needs new and improved when you can delight in old and perfected?
This 5-year-old paid off the lunch balances for more than 100 fellow students
17 Dec 2019 - A 5-year-old student at an elementary school in Vista, California, collected enough money to pay off the negative lunch balances of 123 students at her school.
Video shows dramatic rescue after dog's leash gets stuck in elevator
11 Dec 2019 - ALT HED Video shows man's dramatic rescue of his neighbor's dog
Her work has helped thousands of girls stay in school and finish their education
09 Dec 2019 - It's something that girls and young women in western countries can't imagine: missing school, even dropping out, because of their periods. Yet as many as half the girls in rural parts of Ethiopia miss school for reasons related to their periods -- and that can have a devastating effect on their education and the rest of their lives.
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