A man shows off a horned Hercules beetle at breakfast in a restaurant near the Huaypetue mine in Peru.
August 7, 2009 By John Poole NPR Staff Photographer
I have never seen so many rainbows in my life. They were everywhere — fat ones, skinny ones, straight ones, bowed ones. But what did I expect? I was in a rain forest. And I had traveled through one of the we...
June 17, 2009 Two weeks ago, I headed out to Iowa to photograph and report an upcoming NPR multimedia story about the wind business in the Hawkeye State. As a side trip, I drove over to the Wilson family farm outside Paullina to shoot pictures for >
January 19, 2009 Tens of thousands of Americans took to the streets Monday and took up the Obamas' challenge to launch a new era of community service. In the Washington, D.C. neighborhood of Anacostia, the National Day of Service kicked off with a parade, then volunteers got busy with paint brushes.
July 23, 2008 In the most closely watched health care experiment in the United States, Massachusetts is requiring nearly all of its citizens to have insurance. Support remains strong for the program, and the number of uninsured has dropped by half.
April 21, 2008 Architect Koen Olthuis believes the best way to live with water is to live on water. In a Climate Connections video, Olthius explains why he wants to lead Holland — and the world — toward an amphibious future.
December 10, 2007 It happens every morning. You can even set your watches to it. The coffee clubs settle into their tables at the Tremont Grille. The cafe sits along Main Street in Marshalltown, a community that in many ways reflects Iowa.
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