Sherry Tejas says he chose experimental treatment in Iceland over surgery.
Fifty-one years since Loving v. Virginia, and Black women's dating decisions are still read as a reflection of racial politics in America.
The National Geographic Fellow is walking “Out of Eden” and into the defining conflicts of our time.
With the help of lasers and drones, scientists have found that Maya civilization was more advanced and populous than previously imagined.
A biologist caught a devastating glimpse of the effects of climate change on camera: A starving polar bear scavenging fruitlessly for scraps of food on dry land.
Scientists used optical illusions to study the unlikely way these birds work.
The veteran actress and comedian talks about being the middle child, her first jobs, and working in Chicago.
National Geographic taps architects to design the “Stadium of the Future.”
Submissions for the 2017 Travel Photographer of the Year competition close today.
Alex Honnold talks about his historic rope-free ascent of Yosemite's El Capitan, working with film crews, and what comes next.
National Geographic photographer Ami Vitale captured the tender relationships between elephants and their caregivers at a sanctuary in Kenya.
Thousands of photos were stitched together to recreate a nodosaur fossil that has been compared to both a dragon and a work of art.