News from the Field

D.C. Considers Sniping Deer

Officials in Washington, D.C. are considering using snipers from the federal government to cull 80 percent of the white-tailed deer population in Rock Creek Park. Deer have caused disturbances in... Read More

Norwegian Climbers Die in Accident

Two well-known Norwegian climbers died late last week in an apparent accident on Kjerag in southwestern Norway. Bjorn-Eivind Aartun and Stein-Ivan Gravdal were attempting to put up a new ice route... Read More

Records Fall in Weekend Track Action

American distance runners broke five national indoor records at meets across the country this weekend in one of the busiest stretches of racing of the year. Bernard Lagat won the 2012 Millrose... Read More

Armstrong Second in Panama Half Ironman

On Sunday, retired cyclist Lance Armstrong finished second to New Zealand's Bevan Docherty at the Panama Half Ironman. Docherty, an Olympic silver medalist, overtook Armstrong with just more than a... Read More

Aspen Limits On-Mountain Beverages

A popular on-mountain Aspen restaurant has imposed a three-drink limit and removed hard alcohol from its menu during the lunch hours amid concerns about drunk skiers. Cloud Nine Alpine Bistro at... Read More