In a forbidding Wyoming desert, scientists and fortune hunters search for the surprisingly intact remains of horses and other creatures that lived long ago
A new film stars Viola Davis as the leader of the Agojie, the all-woman army of the African kingdom of Dahomey
Seventeen-year-old Igor Klymenko worked on his invention while sheltering in a basement from Russian attacks
Water woes threaten America’s second largest reservoir—but leave new vistas in their wake
Alaska is nicknamed "The Great Land," and for good reason: it is wild, rugged and expansive. In a series of articles, Smithsonian magazine explores the history, culture and natural wonders of the 49th state.
Director Olivia Wilde dubbed the new film "'The Feminine Mystique' on acid"
Scientists, growers and winemakers are working with experimental varieties to adapt to the effects of climate change
Drinking habits are changing, and vintners are exceeding tasters' expectations with new options stripped of their alcohol
The sixth-century site has suffered increased vandalism and damage in recent years
Eighty sculptures in and around Ketchikan, Alaska, tell the ancestral stories of Indigenous clans
The Smithsonian museum reopens to the public, transforming the way we tell the story of aviation