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Nik Wallenda completed his tightrope walk across the Little Colorado Sunday, but his stunt angered the nearby Hopi, who find the land to be a site of sacred importance.
An attack by the Pakistani Taliban has claimed the lives of nine tourists and one Pakistani on a mountaineering expedition in Northern Pakistan on Sunday.
Spanish police have arrested 84 people and over 700,000 doses of anabolic steroids, EPO, and growth hormones after busting two gangs that imported and trafficked the banned substances.
Jan Ullrich, Tour de France winner and five-time runner-up, admitting to doping with the help of Spanish doping doctor Eufemiano Fuentes.
USA Pro Cycling Challenge organizers announced major changes to the race on Wednesday, including a mass-start group ride, the Pro Challenge Experience, and a running race.
Christoph Strasser of Austria set a new record in the men's individual category in the Race Across America (RAAM) Wednesday, finishing in a time of 7 days, 22 hours, and 11 minutes.
The Oregon motorist suspected of killing a U.S. adventure seeker on a mission to dribble a football from Seattle to Brazil has been charged with criminally negligent homicide in the death of Richard...
Andy Schleck will lead RadioShack-Leopard at the upcoming Tour de France, the team announced Wednesday.
The 54-year-old veteran pro Jeannie Longo will compete in the French national championship in a bid to win her 60th title this week.
After vetting 6,100 applicants during a two-year-long search, NASA has selected eight new candidates to be its newest trainees, four of whom are women.
Seventh-generation acrobat Nik Wallenda plans to becomes the first man to traverse the Grand Canyon by tightrope this weekend.
New York City, New York, is preparing to roll out a composting plan for the city, aimed at preventing 100,000 tons of food scraps from reaching landfills every year.
A new study suggests that minimizing rest may be the solution to your training problems.
Environmental officials in New York are searching for the the fifth alligator since April spotted in a Long Island, New York, river.
Divers have started exploring an underwater pit in northern Lake Michigan, hoping to find the final resting place the Griffin, a ship helmed by the 17th century French Explorer La Salle.