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PCP in D.C.

Last night’s episode of Drugs Inc. explored D.C.’s growing PCP market. And while the episode focuses mainly the drug’s rise in the nation’s capitol, the resurgence isn’t limited to the area – indeed, PCP is also on the rise in Philadelphia and some other cities in the Mid-Atlantic region. But for those who remember PCP…

This is a group of Zulu dancers from the Gasa clan at Phezulu village. The Phezulu village is located in the Valley of 1,000 Hills, valley rifts that rise and fall along the Umgeni River and its tributaries. The Zulu have welcomed outsiders into their village for well over thirty years to share their culture…

In cities all over the United States the market for drugs is massive. Illegal drugs are in good supply, easily purchased, and quick to destroy lives. In its third season, Drugs, Inc. delves deep into a world where fortunes are made, battles are fought, lives are lost, and no one gets out unscathed. Even in…

Tonight marks the series premiere of a brand new how-to show of epic proportions, Going Deep With David Rees, that teaches you how to do the things you think you already know how to do. Each episode of this hilariously dry-witted how-to adventure series, David Rees, humorist and self-made aficionado of the everyday, tackles unassuming…

How much do you know about your noggin? On July 14, Brain Games returns with an all-new season of myth-busting and truth-telling about why your brain works the way it does. This season explores the physiology of our everyday lives, explaining our relationship with food, our mindless addictions, our empathy towards others and the ways…

This week, we’ll explore the kinder, gentler, less painful side of Science of Stupid. Now, that doesn’t mean there won’t be ANY suffering at the hands of scientific ignorance. There will be plenty of that; don’t you worry. A GIF recap of SOS just wouldn’t be the same without it. Are you ready? Let’s get…

The new summer season of Brain Games is just days away, and viewers will be amazed as host Jason Silva reveals the surprising truths of our mind via interactive experiments supported by the latest research and technology. In honor of the new season, National Geographic Channel is partnering with one of the oldest centers of…

For the Arctic residents of Life Below Zero, complacency is not an option. Lack of preparedness means certain death. The stakes are high living on the outskirts of humanity, and for many in the lower 48, life can be pretty sedentary, pretty comfy and cozy… until now! [Cue Life Below Zero Weekly Challenges]. As far…

This gorgeous, fiery sunset was captured on the Moremi Game Reserve in Botswana. Moremi was founded in a concerted effort by the local Batawana community and a team of wildlife conservationists in 1963. Setting aside a third of the beautiful Okavango Delta in an effort to protect the regions wildlife, their foresight and concern for…

The Nicholas Cage gun-kingpin biopic “Lord of War,” may have performed modestly at the box office, but not without trying. The film has all the trappings of “business-of-war” drama, highlighting the opulence, yet danger and morally bankruptcy of international arms trafficking trade. But while some international traffickers certainly make massive paydays obtaining proper end-to-end certificates and…