South Africa’s Black Mamba Anti-Poaching Unit, the first mostly female ranger group, was honored with the UN’s Champions of the Earth award on September 8.
Nearly 30 years ago, Jimmy Nelson set it upon himself to document that last of the world's ancient tribes and peoples with his 50-year-old 4x5 film camera.
On Wednesday, obstacle course race company Spartan Race, in partnership with Reebok, announced a two-day world championships competition that will take place this fall in Lake Tahoe.
Scientists discovered an ancient virus locked in the 30,000-year-old permafrost of Russia’s Chukotka region.
South America quickly became the focus of the ski world when a possible record breaking storm—think nearly 20 feet of powder—popped up on the radar late this summer. Photographer Liam Doran was there...
105 miles and 30,000 feet of vert make this race one of, if not the hardest on earth.
Scott Jurek, who set a new record in July for thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail, agreed on Wednesday to pay a $500 fine for drinking on top of Mount Katahdin.
Surfwear retailer Quiksilver filed for bankruptcy on Wednesday.
Doctors Without Borders warns that the world’s supply of Fav-Afrique, the most effective snakebite treatment in Sub-Saharan Africa, will expire in June 2016.
The U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space, and Technology began hearings on Wednesday to investigate the causes of the Gold King Mine disaster.
On Tuesday, NBC released a clip from President Obama’s time on 'Running Wild with Bear Grylls' that showed the president eating a salmon partially eaten by a bear.
London Marathon winner decries innuendo
Sees gyms as unnecessary expenses for colleges
A recent study published in the science journal PLOS ONE suggests that polar bears in the western Hudson Bay could find enough food to survive on land as ice-free periods grow longer.
Lasse Norman Hansen won the fifth stage of the Tour of Alberta after a rider missed a right turn, leading the main field off course and causing the race to be neutralized.