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Added November 15, 2016 with 21 photos
Shane Gallagher, construction manager at the Architect of the Capitol, gives a tour inside the newly-restored dome at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., on November 15, 2016.
Added November 14, 2016 with 15 photos
During a break in travel to New Zealand, Secretary of State John Kerry popped down to conduct a tour of U.S. research facilities around Antarctica's Ross Island and the Ross Sea, and visited the McMurdo Station in an effort to learn about the effects of climate change on the Continent.
Added November 06, 2016 with 27 photos
Chinese tourists visit the formerly top secret, now decommissioned, 816 Nuclear Military Plant buried underground in Fuling District, a few hours outside of Chongqing, one of four direct-controlled municipalities in China, on November 5, 2016.
Added March 18, 2010 with 5 photos
After a 20-year decline following a peak in the 1980s, arms exports are again on the rise. Here are the world's top 5 exporters of conventional military weapons in 2011-2015 – from small arms to naval warships.
Added November 01, 2016 with 27 photos
From service dogs receiving awards for bravery in battle to aerial operations over Iraq in the fight against ISIS to soldiers competing for Europe's title of "Best Sniper Squad," soldiers around the world faced a number of challenges in July. Here are some highlights in pictures.
Added June 02, 2016 with 60 photos
Hillary Clinton has come a long way from Park Ridge, Ill. The former U.S. secretary of state, U.S. senator and first lady turns 69 years old today as she campaigns for president of the United States.
Added October 25, 2016 with 17 photos
Israeli archaeologists sift through debris from the Temple Mount, or Al-Haram Al Sharif, at the Temple Mount Sifting Project in east Jerusalem, on October 25, 2016. The Temple Mount Sifting project has recovered numerous archeological remains from the First and Second Jewish Temple periods from the debris.
Added October 21, 2016 with 36 photos
Kim Kardashian is laying low for her 36th birthday Oct. 21, recovering from a recent traumatic robbery in Paris. Here's 36 photos to mark the day.
Added October 20, 2016 with 20 photos
Thousands of Christians from around the world marched with Israelis to show their solidarity and love for Israel during the annual Jerusalem Parade to mark the Jewish holiday of Sukkot on October 20, 2016.
Added October 18, 2016 with 12 photos
Cuban artist Rachel Valdes Camejo with support from Times Square Arts and the Cuban Artists Fund unveil 'The Beginning of the End,' an interactive and reflective monument that asks visitors to investigate the relationship of the viewer to the object and its surrounding space, in New York City's Times Square on October 18, 2016.
Added October 07, 2016 with 18 photos
Israelis add some ink to their skin at the Israeli Tattoo Convention in Tel Aviv, Israel, on October 7, 2016. International and top Israeli tattoo artists take part in the annual convention, currently in its fourth year.
Added October 03, 2016 with 30 photos
A pair of sailors take to a crane to paint the hull of an aircraft carrier, early mornings for working dogs going to obedience school, and the U.S. Navy's Leap Frogs drop in on Arrowhead Stadium. Here are some highlights from September of the U.S military in action.
Added September 13, 2016 with 51 photos
Former Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres, a Nobel Peace Prize laureate who suffered a stroke two weeks ago, has died at age 93, the Israel News Agency said.
Added September 25, 2016 with 18 photos
Golf legend Arnold Palmer, recognized as one of the greatest players to have ever played a round, died on Sunday, September 25, at the age of 87.
Added February 05, 2016 with 10 photos
The year 2016 will go down in history as a strange one: the US election, a host of notable deaths that no one expected, and some celebrity breakups that have shaken the foundations of Hollywood relationships.
Added September 14, 2016 with 25 photos
The Smithsonian threw open the doors and gave the media an early look at the National Museum of African American History and Culture (NCAAHC) on Wednesday, September 14, 2016, in Washington, D.C.
Added September 06, 2016 with 34 photos
A look back at how far we've come over the last 15 years since that tragic day in 2001.
Added September 01, 2016 with 38 photos
From the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve celebrating its centennial to the USAF Thunderbirds passing over Three Sisters volcanic peaks, members of the military around the world faced a number of challenges in August. Here are some highlights in pictures.
Added August 26, 2016 with 12 photos
Chinese women participate in a Nike-sponsored, public fitness workout and demonstration in the plaza of an international shopping mall in Beijing on August 26, 2016. More and more Chinese are joining health clubs and running clubs as obesity, hypertension, diabetes and heart disease are on the rise with China's Millennials due to poor diet and workplace stress.
Added August 24, 2016 with 11 photos
A close relative of the guinea pig, these agoutis, a large rodent typically found in forested and wooded areas, have made the Campo de Santana, a park in downtown Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, their home.
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