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Added November 19, 2015 with 13 photos
The "wine bath" at a hot springs spa resort in Hakone, Kanagawa prefecture, Japan on November 19, 2015.
Added January 02, 2015 with 44 photos
Remembering those who died in 2015.
Added May 11, 2012 with 22 photos
According to UrbanDictionary.com, to "throw a side-eye" is to make "a facial expression expressing one's criticism, disapproval, animosity, or scorn of varying levels of intensity towards another person." These politicians show you how it's done.
Added July 24, 2015 with 10 photos
A collection featuring keepsakes, objects and mementos left by family members of fallen veterans at cemeteries and memorial sights.
Added July 07, 2015 with 15 photos
While humans may be rapidly evolving to advance the future, archaeologists are still working to uncover the past to better understand the present day. From shipwrecks to century-old beer to lost cities, this gallery contains just a few of the handful of recent archaeological discoveries from this year.
Added November 05, 2015 with 11 photos
The "Tori-no-Ichi" Festivals at Ohtori Shrine in Tokyo, Japan on November 5, 2015. The "Tori-no-Ichi" Festivals are held twice or thrice every November since the Edo era.
Added October 29, 2015 with 7 photos
The 630 foot arch is a timeless symbol of innovation and represents the pioneering spirit of America.
Added October 28, 2015 with 12 photos
The 44th Tokyo Motor Show 2015 in Tokyo, Japan, on October 28, 2015.
Added October 05, 2015 with 8 photos
Chinese men in the Harley-Davidson 'Old Baby' club gather with their bikes at a weekend festival in Beijing on October 4, 2015.
Added September 21, 2015 with 13 photos
Added September 20, 2015 with 15 photos
The Day of Atonement, in Mea Shearim in Jerusalem, Israel, September 20, 2015. For the festivities, jews recite prayers in the "Kaparot" ritual while swinging a live chicken over their heads to symbolically transfer their sins for the year to the chicken, which is butchered, eaten or donated to charity. Yom Kippur, the holiest day in the Jewish year, begins at sundown September 22, when the entire country will come to a standstill as Jews pray, fast and refrain from smoking and sex.
Added September 10, 2015 with 9 photos
Sahara, a rare red-haired female Hamadryas Baboon, is the first colored baboon to give birth in the Safari and the staff of the zoo hopes the gene for the light-colored fur, which is rare among baboons, has been passed on to the new born.
Added August 25, 2015 with 7 photos
Giant panda cubs born to mother Mei Xiang, at the Smithsonian's National Zoo in Washington, D.C.
Added August 24, 2015 with 32 photos
The GoTopless Pride Parade as part of the worldwide Go Topless Day campaign in New York City on August 23, 2015. It has been legal for women to go topless in New York City since 1992.
Added August 24, 2015 with 8 photos
Giant multicolored spheres on display are tethered as part of artist Ed Massey's "The Spheres at MacArthur Park" in Los Angeles on August 23, 2015.
Added July 31, 2015 with 10 photos
In honor of the forthcoming centennial of the National Park Service on August 25, 2016 here's a compilation of photos featuring the most adorable creatures found at the parks.
Added July 23, 2015 with 14 photos
Keep up with this year's scandals and controversies that have made national headlines.
Added July 28, 2015 with 17 photos
Israeli security forces forcefully evacuated extreme settlers who were barricaded in the illegal buildings early in the morning of July 28, 2015 after the Israeli Supreme Court ruled that the twenty-four housing units must be demolished because they are built on private Palestinian land.
Added July 28, 2015 with 17 photos
The Wright Brothers National Memorial in Kill Devil Hills near Kitty Hawk on the Outer Banks of North Carolina on July 25, 2015.
Added July 21, 2015 with 11 photos
Almost every president is recorded to own a pet dog while living in the White House. Here are some of the more recent first dogs to occupy one the most-well known addresses in the world.
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