Daniel D. Snyder

Daniel D. Snyder

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Hero Cat to Throw First Pitch at Baseball Game

Tara, the heroic tabby cat that captured America's heart with a video of her saving a young boy from being mauled by the neighbor's dog, will be honored by the Bakersfield Blaze, a minor league...

Daniel D. Snyder
May 16, 2014

NJ Priest Found Dead on Mount Hood

A 57-year-old man was found dead on the northeast side of Oregon's Mount Hood Tuesday. The man was identified as Robert J. Cormier, a Catholic priest from New Jersey.

Daniel D. Snyder
May 14, 2014

Global Alcohol Consumption Study

The World Health Organization has released a report on the levels of alcohol consumption in its 194 member states with an eye on their effect on public health. Europe leads the way,...

Daniel D. Snyder
May 13, 2014

Burger King Will Now Serve Burgers for Breakfast

Burger King, every Outside reader's top choice for high-quality cuisine and marathon fuel, dropped a bomb in the Fast Food Breakfast Wars today when it announced that its restaurants...

Daniel D. Snyder
May 9, 2014

Study: Avoiding Sunshine Will Kill You

Damned if you do, damned if you don't. This is the takeaway from a new 20-year, 30,000-person Swedish study that claims not getting enough sun might be just as likely to kill you as getting too much...

Daniel D. Snyder
May 8, 2014

Alaskan Bags World Record Grizzly

The bar has officially been raised. By decree of the Boone and Crockett Club, the nearly nine-foot grizzly bear taken by Larry Fitzgerald (not the Cardinals' wide receiver) near Fairbanks, Alaska, in...

Daniel D. Snyder
May 7, 2014

Town Tries to Sell Dead Whale on eBay

When life gives you dead whales, make tourism. So goes the saying in Trout River, Newfoundland, where a dead whale washed up last week. Four hours away, in  Cape St. George, the locals don'...

Daniel D. Snyder
May 6, 2014

Powerade Is No Longer Flame Resistant

If you're a regular reader of Outside, chances are you ditched sugary "sports" drinks like Powerade a long time ago. But if you just haven't been able to resist, there's good news. Coca-...

Daniel D. Snyder
May 5, 2014

Pork Virus Eroding American Pork Credibility

America has a pork credibility problem. As of this week, France is seeking to ban the import of all pork, pork-based products, and pig sperm from the United States over fears that porcine epidemic...

Daniel D. Snyder
May 2, 2014

Portland Will Not Flush Pee-Tainted Reservoir

Last month, the city of Portland caused quite a stir after it announced it was going to flush more than 35 million gallons of water after an enterprising teenager decided to urinate in the reservoir...

Daniel D. Snyder
May 1, 2014

A Pill to Turn Off Hunger

Imperial College is on a roll. After recently unveiling the edible water bottle, researchers at the London institution announced that they might be able to create a pill with the power to switch off...

Daniel D. Snyder
Apr 30, 2014

Can an Edible Water Bottle Save the Planet?

Scientists in London have unveiled a potentially game-changing invention in the form of a new edible water bottle. Led by Rodrigo García González (the inventor of the Hop! robo-suitcase...

Daniel D. Snyder
Apr 28, 2014

Owner Abandons Poodles at LAX Over Shipping Fees

Two poodles were abandoned at LAX this week after their owner told authorities that she couldn't afford to pay their shipping fees home. The retiree was reportedly heading home overseas and decided...

Daniel D. Snyder
Apr 25, 2014

Fat Tourists Mean Bigger Horses

Western wranglers have a long history of profiting from tourists seeking to get a taste of the equestrian lifestyle, but over the past decade they've had more and more trouble filling saddles. Not...

Daniel D. Snyder
Apr 24, 2014