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Antarctica: Straight to the bottom of the earth
After reporting from the Arctic with the GroundTruth team in 2012, Caitlin McNally embarks on a trip to Antarctica to cover the vast continent's delicate, and threatened, ecosystem.
First aid teams reach Vanuatu, find widespread devastation after cyclone
With winds of more than 185 mph, Cyclone Pam razed homes, smashed boats and washed away roads as it struck late on Friday into Saturday.
Dozens feared dead as cyclone pounds Pacific island of Vanuatu
The full extent of the damage is unknown, with limited communications in place after Super Cyclone Pam.
The euro has lost so much value it's now only worth a US dollar
Americans! If you've ever wanted to go to Europe, now is the time to do it.
What’s the Buzzfeed? The UK prime minister is about to find out
After snubbing UK broadcasters, David Cameron agrees to a beer with the online empire.
It turns out communist Vietnam loves capitalism more than the US does
Polls show the 'American Dream' is alive in Hanoi. In America? Not so much.
A solar-powered airplane is circling Earth and making history
The Solar Impulse 2 has a bigger wingspan than a 747, weighs as much as a minivan, and could be the future of air travel.
8 ways you are killing the environment that you probably didn't even realize
Keurig coffee makers aren't the only culprits here.
Malaysian PM vows to keep up search for MH370, report offers no new clues
Investigators believe the plane was flown thousands of miles off course before eventually crashing into the ocean off Australia.
How a Pyrenees pipeline could weaken Putin’s grip on European energy
The planned European Energy Union is going to be big, if they can pull it off.
5 signs that Cuba is already very open to Americans
The talks between Havana and Washington may be slow going, but Cuba is clearly emerging from its 1950s time capsule.
Why 3G might be the best thing that's happened to Ukraine this year
It’s a telecom gift to a country in need, even if much of the world is moving on to 4 or 5G.
Tsipras declares victory as Greece dodges financial collapse
'We won a battle, not the war. The difficulties, the real difficulties ... are ahead of us,' Tsipras said.
Why justice in Korean Air’s nut rage case was a big surprise
The executive’s prison term comes amid impunity that dwarfs Wall Street’s.
Thanks to 'Swiss Leaks' we know how much money rich people are hiding from the world
Analysis: Heard about income inequality lately? Here's one way the rich keep getting richer.
Europe's other Greek problem
Beyond the economy, Athens' ties with Moscow are causing concern for allies.
3 big takeaways from the shakeup at Brazil's Petrobras oil company
CEO Maria das Gracas Foster and five other top executives resigned from South America's largest scandal-ridden corporation.
Three adults and an embryo are OK in the UK
If the bill becomes law, the UK will become the world’s first country to legalize the creation of embryos using DNA from three different people.
For Greece, the clock is ticking
New government faces race against time to reach deal with skeptical European creditors.
Is the NFL moving to London?
American football mulls a franchise abroad.
It looks like Americans might be stuck eating Hershey's from now on
Or there's about to be a booming black-market trade in Cadbury eggs.
Greece: What next?
Tsipras or Merkel will have to give ground if Greece is to stay in the euro zone.
Greek elections: The view from the Kremlin
Analysis: For Putin's Russia, the Syriza win comes in handy.
None of these things work anymore in Crimea
It’s been downhill ever since Russia annexed the Black Sea peninsula last March.
In the Republic of Samsung, here’s the ticket to the good life
Forget plastics. I just want to say one word for you, just one word: Samsung.
Across Asia, sex is a handy form of bribery
Trading sex for favors is often legal, or difficult to enforce. Vietnam is cracking down.
7 natural wonders that humans could destroy within a generation
Unless things change, say goodbye to the Great Barrier Reef.
These maps show you how many people are online in the world
Scandinavia is crushing it while developing nations fall behind.
US penetrated N. Korea computer systems in 2010
Hidden US software provided an 'early warning radar' that Pyongyang was behind the Sony hack, according to the New York Times.
These countries are for freedom of speech in France but not at home
It's a bit of the 'pot calling the kettle black,' wouldn't you say?
Is Ecuador’s ‘anti-imperialist’ president using US copyright law to censor online critics?
That's what rights groups accuse him of, after dubious complaints have prompted Twitter, Facebook and YouTube to take down posts criticizing Rafael Correa’s government.