Stunning Photos of Indonesia's Brutal Buffalo Fights

The buffalo is sacred symbol of life and death in Torajan culture.

Iqbal Lubis

I Spent a Day at the 'World's Best Airport' and It Was Pretty Good

Singapore's Changi International Airport has more amenities than anyone could ever hope to experience in one visit, so I tried to do them all in under five hours.

Justin Caffier

Photos of the Land Where Dolly Parton Is Benefactor, Muse, and Queen

The country megastar's home county is full of hospitals, hotels, restaurants, and attractions funded by or inspired by Dolly.

Jamie Lee Curtis Taete

What Life Is Like in the Town Where Trump Is Actually Building His Wall

El Paso, Texas, has become a laboratory for the administration's immigration policy—much to the anger of many residents.

Justin Glawe

Canadian Businesses Are Cashing in with Luxury Weed Trips

Who wouldn’t want to smoke a blunt in the Rockies for $12,500?

Nadja Sayej

Inside the Trauma-Filled Camp of Migrants Waiting at the US Border

The caravan has become an encampment of hundreds of people who are trapped between countries in Tijuana and facing dangerous conditions.

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Inside an Early 1900s Attempt to Catalogue all of the Information on Earth

The Mundaneum is more than an antiquated indexing system. It's an ahead-of-its-time testament to the power of information.

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Megan Fox's Archeology Documentary Series Is the Weirdest Show on TV

Everyone knows Homer invented the details of the Battle of Troy for his epic poem ‘the Iliad.’ But what Megan Fox presupposes is… maybe he didn’t?

Jamie Lee Curtis Taete

Tijuana’s Tourism Is Booming Even as the Homicide Rate Spikes

Over 2,300 people have been murdered in 2018 thus far, an increase from 1,647 homicides in 2017.

Alejandra Sánchez Inzunza
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I Went to a Massive Camel Beauty Pageant In the Deserts of India

The sun was hot, but the competition was even hotter.

Lauren Razavi

The Skate Witches Shred Havana

The first all-women skate crew to visit Cuba challenged macho culture, inspired local girls, and addressed a lack of resources.

Kristin Ebeling

Eight Jobs You Can Do from a Tree

Or in a cave, or in a hole, or on the water. (Anywhere, you see.)

Evie Carrick
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