In 2007, Doug Walker found three dusty boxes at a flea market in Los Angeles. Inside were more than 30,000 negative film strips discarded by Surfing Magazine, all of them from the 1970s.
Editor Chris Keyes talks with outgoing Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell about what's next for the Department of the Interior and the environmental movement.
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It's one of history's greatest aviation mysteries: on New Year's Day in 1985, Eastern Air Lines Flight 980 was carrying 29 passengers and a hell of a lot of contraband when it crashed into the side...
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The award-winning National Geographic photographer—who last year released the critically acclaimed film "Meru"—has documented expeditions all around the world, from Chad to Everest to Morocco to...