Canada exports more than two-thirds of its crude to one customer.
The U.S. has guaranteed retirement to all military service dogs; here’s a look at the bonding that takes place between the animals and their handlers.
Emmy-winning director Marina Zenovich gives a behind-the-scenes look at her new documentary Water and Power: A California Heist.
Restoration work at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem reveals one of world's holiest sites rests on a precarious earthly foundation.
Seals were nearly hunted out of existence on California’s Farallon Islands, and now their remarkable comeback is challenged by warm waters.
A small Ghana business is part of a wave of efforts to address the staggering global toll of death and disease from cooking smoke.
What's under animals' hair and fur coats may surprise you.
Landlocked Azerbaijan forged a powerful connection to the West five years ago when its oil began flowing to Turkey through the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) pipeline.
Ian Wright calls his range-extending generator a "game-changer" for the trucking industry.
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