Noah Davis completes a sprint triathlon in his Brooklyn apartment.
In a place built on selective ignorance, a storm forced everyone to stop and think.
With the help of a handful of dedicated volunteers, the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife has been holding events for disabled hunters for 40 years. Mark D'Antonio, who has been...
Outside senior editor Abe Streep joins Team Rubicon USA, a volunteer group of former active military personnel who deploy at a moment's notice to disaster zones, during recovery efforts...
Utah resort managers are working to link seven mountains and 17,000 acres in one European-style network. Here's what it would look like.
The outbreak, which killed three, didn’t only attack the lungs of its victims. It messed with the psyche of the rest of us, too.
Three months after protesting the clear-cutting of forest and the use of sewage-effluent snow, Klee Benally and three other activists suddenly face half a year in prison.
A group of Ohioans looking for a mythical beast might've stumbled onto something else.
It snowed in the Twin Cities on Thanksgiving, and Katie Heaney went to a dog park.
My parents ignored the dire warnings about Hurricane Sandy and didn't evacuate. By the time they called for rescue, it was too late.
Waves for Water founder Jon Rose has been on the East Coast since Hurricane Sandy struck, cutting through red tape and providing disaster relief alongside a groundswell of surfers.
Along for the ride with the homesteaders of the Discovery Channel's Alaska: The Last Frontier.
While it may not appear that way, Noah Davis thinks that Manhattan and ultramarathons might just be made for each other.
Leslie MacMillan investigates the questionable destruction of a Crow Indian religious site in Montana.
International humanitarian-aid group Doctors Without Borders, best known for conducting emergency health care interventions in war-torn countries, set up a makeshift clinic for Hurricane Sandy...