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Not only did the family trade their urban life for one in a beautiful valley...
Kim Pil-Gi left his construction job in Seoul, South Korea, three months ago. Now he happily spends his days handling grubs: squirming, writhing, beetle larvae, each one about as thick as a grown man...
Babajide Bello of the tech company Andela takes a selfie with AOL's Steve Ca...
The continent of Africa has long been seen as the place where humanitarian aid and World Bank loans go — to attempt to save lives or to dictate how countries should grow.Now there's a new movement...
Sultan 'Ali 'Adil Shah II Slays a Tiger (ca. 1660) is part of the Metropolit...
This is an introduction to NPR's Muslim Artists, Now series, which will highlight contemporary Muslim musicians, writers, painters and filmmakers, among others.When the Islamic galleries of New York'...
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Ten years ago, Hurricane Katrina made landfall near Pearlington, Miss., a ti...
When Hurricane Katrina slammed into the Gulf Coast 10 years ago, the eye of the storm made landfall near a tiny speck of a town at the mouth of the Pearl River on the Louisiana border with...
One of the frequent trials of parenthood is dealing with a picky eater. About 20 percent of children ages 2 to 6 have such a narrow idea of what they want to eat that it can make mealtime a...