Nicholas Jackson

BP Expected to Plead Guilty

BP Plc, the fourth-largest company in the world (2011 revenue was in excess of $300 billion, according to CNN Money), has reportedly reached a plea agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice. In... Read More

Livestrong Drops Armstrong From Name

For 15 years, since it was founded by celebrity cyclist Lance Armstrong in 1997, the cancer-fighting charity Livestrong has formally been known as the Lance Armstrong Foundation (LAF). No more. It... Read More

UCI Asks Armstrong to Return Prize Money

The board of the International Cycling Union (UCI), cycling's governing body, has asked Lance Armstrong to return the money he earned by winning seven consecutive Tour de France races between 1999... Read More

Armstrong Steps Down as Livestrong Head

Following the long-anticipated release of the United States Anti-Doping Agency's lengthy report last week that detailed allegations of doping, Lance Armstrong has announced that he is stepping down... Read More

SeaWorld To Fight OSHA Ruling

SeaWorld, which has not placed trainers in the water during shows featuring killer whales since the 2010 death of Dawn Brancheau in front of stunned spectators in Orlando, Florida, is ready to... Read More

Senate Blocks E.U. Carbon Tax

In a late-night session before a recess leading up to the November 6 elections, the Senate unanimously approved a bill that would shield all U.S. airlines from paying a tax for carbon emissions on... Read More

Have the Remains of Noah Pippin Been Found?

Nothing has been confirmed yet, but Rosalie and Mike Pippin believe that there is a strong likelihood that the human remains found in the Bob Marshall Wilderness on Friday evening belong to their... Read More

Climber Reportedly Dies on Middle Teton

Earlier today, an unidentified climber reportedly fell from the Northwest Couloir of Middle Teton, the third highest peak in Wyoming's Teton Range. The man was standing at the edge of the couloir... Read More