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Titanic Losses

Titanic Losses

The "Unsinkable Molly Brown" itemizes what, exactly, went down with the ship.

Roosevelt's 'Date of Infamy' Speech

Roosevelt's 'Date of Infamy' Speech

Listen to President Franklin Delano Roosevelt deliver his "Date of Infamy" appeal to Congress, one of the most important political speeches of the 20th century.

1790 Census

1790 Census

Use the U.S. census of 1790 to add up the demographics of early America.

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National Geographic Live!

Our explorers use innovative storytelling and dramatic media to help explore our world.

Polar Bears Are Irish?

Polar Bears Are Irish?

Nobel Laureate Martin Chalfie and National Geographic Emerging Explorer Beth Shapiro discuss why only certain species survive and how a growing knowledge of genomes reveals a deeper understanding of life's cycles and secrets.

The Mermaid Myth

The Mermaid Myth

Photojournalist Brian Skerry talks about manatees.

Lions, Leeches, and Cobra Tongues

Lions, Leeches, and Cobra Tongues

Video. Explore the Earth with one of the greatest natural history photographers of our time, Mattias Klum.