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Lower Falls in Yellowstone National Park, one of the 23 UNESCO World Heritage sites in the US.

Stunning photos show the 23 beautiful UNESCO world heritage sites in the US

UNESCO lists stunning natural and man-made sites around the world that it considers worth protecting. Many of these are in the US.
Trillium Lake overlooking Mount Hood in Oregon.

15 photos that will make you wish you lived in the Pacific Northwest

From Yellowstone National Park to Portland, Oregon, both nature and city lovers will have plenty to gush over in the Pacific Northwest.
Sustainable Bioproducts gets the ingredients for its 'super protein' from the depths of Yellowstone's volcanic hot springs.

A food startup backed by 2 industry giants is diving into the alt-meat market with a ‘super protein’ enabled by a discovery in Yellowstone...

A new 'super protein' startup launched with backing from Silicon Valley VC firm 1955 Capital and the venture arms of global food companies Danone and ADM.
Kevin Costner in the Paramount Network's "Yellowstone."

The 5 most anticipated new TV shows premiering in June

The new TV shows viewers are anticipating the most for June include the Kevin Costner-led drama "Yellowstone" from the Paramount Network, and "Marvel's Cloak & Dagger" from Freeform.

A deadly supervolcano lies under Yellowstone — and an eruption would emit dangerous gases and spread ash for 500 miles

Scientists are learning more about the supervolcano under Yellowstone — and it might take less time to go from not a problem to erupting than experts thought.

A deadly supervolcano lies under Yellowstone — here’s what would happen if it erupted

It's very unlikely to happen in our lifetimes, but if the Yellowstone supervolcano were to erupt, scientists think the results could have a major impact on the surrounding areas. It could spread ash for hundreds of miles around the western half of the US.

Yellowstone National Park is using ‘thirsty’ concrete that absorbs 3,000 gallons of water per hour

An innovative building material called "Flexi-Pave" is so porous that it lets rainwater go straight into the earth, instead of pooling on the surface.