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Daughter beautifully documents parents' dual struggle with cancer

Photojournalist Nancy Borowick's parents struggled through their own cancer treatments together, with humor, love and bravery keeping everything together.

NPR's Terry Gross talks with conservation photographer Paul Nicklen

Find out what happens when a 1,000-pound predator tries to befriend you.

'Cloud eggs' trending on Instagram, were invented over 350 years ago

Turns out, the newest hipster food fad on every hipster's favorite social media platform isn't really new - but it's still darn tasty.

Billboards offer tourists a glimpse of smog-free Hong Kong

With worsening air quality spoiling the view, authorities in Hong Kong have come up with a novel solution for snap-happy tourists - giant panoramic billboards showing what the city would look like if there weren't so much pollution, for them to take pictures of. The initiative follows what has been dubbed China's 'Airpocalypse', earlier this year where pollution hit levels 25 times those considered safe in the USA.