One of the most decorated swimmers talks about life in the two decades since she won four medals at the 1992 Barcelona Games.
A Florida teen who was shot through the brain with a three-foot spear was moved out of the intensive care unit of a Miami hospital yesterday.
The National Park Service called off the search Sunday for four climbers presumed dead on Mount McKinley.
A writer and freelance photographer who claimed he had been shot in a drive-by in Montana last weekend confessed Thursday night to shooting himself.
Evelyn Stevens, a cyclist for Team Specialized-lululemon, talks about the progression of her cycling career after leaving finance to pursue professional bike racing in 2009.
The North Carolina State Senate passed a bill Tuesday restricting the use of climate-change science when predicting sea-level rise.
On Tuesday, a Swedish explorer completed a nine-month expedition to kayak the length of South America and study its biodiversity.
The fourth inquest into the controversial death of a baby in the Australian outback 32 years ago ended today when a coroner ruled a dingo was responsible.
On Sunday, British cyclist Bradley Wiggins won his second consecutive Criterium du Dauphine overall title.
Red Bull erroneously reported a May 25 BASE jump by Russian Valery Rozov as a new world record on Wednesday.
A presumably healthy Serbian rower died Wednesday during a training session at the age of 24.
Luxembourg-born cyclist Andy Schleck has revealed that he lost a week of training last month in order to receive treatment for knee problems.
Live coverage of the London Games will be streamed on YouTube in 64 territories free of charge, the International Olympic Committee announced Wednesday.
President and CEO of Vibram USA Inc. Tony Post has announced his resignation effective next month.
A new study published Sunday suggests climate change has contributed to an increase of trees on the Arctic tundra.