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Tokyo was selected Saturday in a 60 to 36 vote over Istanbul to host the 2020 Summer Olympic Games.
Air pollution causes 200,000 early deaths each year, a newly released study from MIT's Laboratory for Aviation and the Environment has found.
The search for a missing U.S. Forest Service firefighter has entered its seventh day.
An Australian creek has been flooded with concrete after a contractor error, the Newcastle Herald reports.
A Texas judge has ordered Lance Armstrong to reveal who know about his doping, including his ex-wife and two former UCI presidents by the end of September.
A kayaker was rescued off the northern coast of Western Australia last weekend after being stalked by an enormous crocodile for two weeks.
Despite potential hazards, elite endurance athletes appear to live longer than their contemporaries, a study in the European Heart Journal has found.
Lindsey Vonn returned to the snow Saturday for the first time since her crash at the world championships in February where she tore her ACL and MCL and suffered a fractured tibial plateau in her...
Scientists researching climate change have inadvertently discovered one o the world's biggest canyons beneath the ice sheets of Greenland.
The wildfire blazing near Yosemite National Park has entered Yosemite and now threatens the power and water supply for millions in the San Francisco Bay area. 300 firefighters have joined the fight.
Drivers in Washington, D.C., are officially the most dangerous in the country.
Construction at North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's first "world-class" ski resort, the Masik Pass Skiing Grounds, has been delayed by torrential rains this summer and the refusal of the...
Officials in Washington announced Tuesday their plans to seek the 2024 Summer Olympics.
The wildfire blazing near Yosemite National Park has entered Yosemite and now threatens the power and water supply for millions in the San Francisco Bay area.
With federal funds rapidly evaporating, the Desert Tortoise Conservation Center will be closed by 2014 and officials plan to euthanize hundreds of tortoises they've been caring for since the species...