News from the Field

Sriracha Production Suspended

A small squirt of Sriracha hot sauce can make eyes water and throats burn. So imagine the possible side effects from a 655,000-square-foot Sriracha factory. Residents of Irwindale, California,... Read More

Kayakers Progress on 4,000-mile Journey

Brothers Russell and Graham Henry, based in Victoria, British Columbia, are midway through their 4,000-mile sea kayaking journey from Belém, Brazil, to Key West, Florida. They finished the... Read More

Disabled Man Skydives Over Everest

A French man with multiple sclerosis completed a successful skydive over Mount Everest this weekend. The 55 year-old Marc Kopp, who has been suffering from multiple sclerosis for over a decade,... Read More

Turkeys Wreak Havoc in Maine

Even around Thanksgiving, there can be too much turkey. Maine is extending its turkey-hunting season and loosening regulations in wake of a massive explosion of Thanksgiving fowl. In 1977, 41... Read More

Ted Ligety First in Giant Slalom

The FIS Ski World Cup kicked off in Soelden, Austria, on Sunday with promise for U.S. men's skiiing. American Ted Ligety took first in the season-opening giant slalom for his third consecutive... Read More