On Sunday, President Obama announced that he will officially change the name of Mount McKinley to Denali.
Last week, GoPro released footage that Brad Josephs, a photographer and wilderness expedition leader in Alaska, caught of a 30-second encounter with a grizzly.
On Sunday, the last day of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Championships, the U.S. finished with its lowest medal count since 2003.
A Segway-riding cameraman collided world record holder Usain Bolt on the sidelines of the International Association of Athletics Federations Track and Field World Championships in Beijing on Thursday.
Skechers announced on Thursday that it had become the title sponsor of the Los Angeles Marathon.
A tourist in Yellowstone National Park filled out a visitor comment sheet to complain that the bears in Yellowstone are not trained to appear for park visitors.
The official trailer dropped for Warren Miller Entertainment’s 'Chasing Shadows.'
In January, Kevin Jorgeson and Tommy Caldwell became the first people to free climb the Dawn Wall on the east side of El Capitan in Yosemite, and the annually published American Alpine Journal (AAJ)...
Russell Begaye, president of the Navajo Nation, will uphold restrictions on using water from the San Juan River for farming purposes for at least one year.
A man from Lake Elsinore, California, was bitten by a rattlesnake while trying to take a selfie.
On Sunday, USA Pro Challenge CEO Shawn Hunter said that there is no guarantee that the annual cycling race in Colorado will be held next year.
Jenny Simpson ran the final 600 meters of the 1,500-meter finals, at the IAAF World Championships in Beijing, without a left shoe on Tuesday.
More than 70 firefighters from New Zealand and Australia arrived at the National Interagency Fire Center in Boise, Idaho, on Monday to help battle the fires burning in the Pacific Northwest.
Participants must drink one 12-ounce beer before running each of the four laps around a 400-meter track.
On Saturday, two women fell approximately 200 feet while climbing Teewinot Mountain in Grand Teton National Park.