News from the Field

WATCH: Iditarod By Helmet Cam

No snow and fast conditions have made the 2014 Iditarod one of the most harrowing in the race’s legendary history. If you’ve ever wondered just how intense it is on the 1,000-mile sled... Read More

FAA Drone Ruling Overturned

Judge Patrick Geraghty of the National Transportation Safety Board dismissed a $10,000 fine from the FAA yesterday relating to commercial drone use. Raphael Pirker was fined in 2011 for reckless... Read More

We're Huge in Europe!

Sales of e-bikes have seen a major boom in Europe since German-based company Bosch entered the market in 2011, according to a Financial Times report. Although some cycling purists see the bikes as... Read More

Great White Crosses Atlantic

A great white shark known as Lydia is about to complete a mission no other great white has accomplished before: crossing the Atlantic Ocean. In March 2013, 15-foot-long Lydia was tagged by... Read More

Fastest Indoor Runners Face-Off

With no Olympics or World Outdoor Championships in track and field this summer, the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Sopot, Poland, which begins today and runs through Sunday, is the blue-ribbon... Read More

Otter Devours Alligator

How do you spend most of your time at work? If you’re like most people, the answer is “watching video of the latest advances in robot technology and getting so scared about the coming... Read More