News from the Field

Photographer: Tom Evans/ El Cap Reports

Honnold Climbs 45-Foot Boulder Problem

Alex Honnold made the first ascent of a 45-foot-tall boulder problem in Bishop, California this weekend, adding a dangerous new climb to one of the United States' most popular bouldering areas. The... Read More

Photographer: Paul Coster/Flickr

Stuart O'Grady Denies Assault Allegation

South Australian Police are investigating allegations that cyclist Stuart O'Grady assaulted a chauffeur on January 10 in Adeliade in an argument over a seatbelt. The driver claims that O'Grady... Read More

Photographer: (c) 2010 U.S. Ski Team

Vonn Skis Back on Top World Cup Podium

Lindsey Vonn became the third-winning-est women's skier in World Cup history on Sunday with a comfortable victory in super-G in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy, the 47th title of her career. Vonn... Read More

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Cruise Ship CEO Blames Captain for Crash

The CEO of Costa Cruises said on Monday that "human error" by Captain Francesco Schettino was responsible for grounding a cruise ship that capsized near the port of Giglio, Italy on Friday, killing... Read More

Photographer: Mike Murphy

National Parks Offer Free Admission

The country's National Parks will open their gates to visitors for free this weekend in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. All 397 U.S. parks will participate in the event, which will last from... Read More