The collapse of one of Colombia's Fourth Generation road engineering marvels, the Chirajara bridge, reveals an urgency to examine this country's infrastructure.
Colombia has plenty of pristine forest to conjure one's imagination. Several of them, even have mythical beasts.
The Colombian Navy is heading to earth's southernmost continent to conduct scientific research on climate change. The Armada plans to establish a permanent base on Antarctica.
A former humorist with a popular television show has dedicated more than two decades to finding missing persons in Colombia.
The internal conflict may have saved the Blue-billed Currassow from extinction, but the challenge ahead is to give this species a fighting chance at survival.
A book documenting small scale gold mining in Colombia offers an honest look at an ancient industry.
Colombia is the top location for orchids in the world, but about 50 percent of the native orchids are threatened by logging and illegal extraction by materos.
Finding a lost relative in the Boyacá mountains was a Christmas wish come true for Anja. But Great Uncle Günter, exiled from his native Germany, had his share of secrets.
María Luisa Fuentes is the protagonist of a documentary by director Rubén Mendoza that follows the everyday trials of being a gender fluid person in a remote region of Colombia.
After 23 years of broadcasting to persons held captive, journalist Herbin Hoyos has no intention of ending his historic program, known globally as ‘Voices of the Kidnapped.’
The Serranía de San Lucas is a vital corridor for the jaguar's survival, but illegal gold mining and mercury contamination threatens this endangered species.
Two Bogotá universities house rare lichen collections, and a symbiotic life form that is helping scientists measure air quality in Colombia's largest cities.
Chiribiquete National Park has been proposed to UNESCO as a World Natural Heritage site. The largest of all protected parks in Colombia is also one of the most topographically diverse.
The post-conflict may bring peace to the countryside, but the scars of Colombia’s war-ravaged landscape could take much longer to heal.
The ultimate escape is a trip to the northern most tip of Colombia, where it never rains, and getting lost in the desert is a common occurence.
Who gets to keep the treasure from the San José galleon is a recurring debate that has continental twists and turns, as well as a chain smoking deity in Bolivia smiling.