L.A.'s Department of Water and Power is moving ahead with plans to stop using energy from two coal-fueled plants in Arizona and Utah.
Athletics Kenya suspended two more runners for doping in a growing scandal after three others were suspended last month. Officials claim it's "manageable."
The sequester was due to keep Yellowstone from opening on time, but not if the local community has anything to say about it. People from Cody and Jackson, Wyoming, have donated almost $170,000 to...
On March 16, John Huston left his home in Chicago for a three-month sojourn on Ellesmere Island.
Desertification is out of control, but there may be a way to stop it.
Authorities believe that an Estes Park man is dead after being caught in an avalanche on Sunday. His climbing partner also sustained multiple injuries.
Now you can explore some of the most famous mountains on earth, including Aconcagua (South America), Kilimanjaro (Africa), Mount Elbrus (Europe), and Everest Base Camp (Asia) on Google Maps.
Search and rescue teams located the bodies of a father and son from the U.K. who fell to their deaths near Chamonix this weekend.
Energy drink giant Red Bull is reporting that it has been blackmailed by anonymous callers threatening to place feces-contaminated beverage cans on supermarket shelves.
Taylor Phinney finished last in a race Monday, but he finished first in the hearts of cycling fans.
Mitch Seavey won the Iditarod Tuesday night and became the oldest champion in the race's history.
A soccer match in Switzerland was interrupted yesterday when a wild marten ran onto the field. The furry guest was expelled from the game, but not before he bit a player that caught him.
The champion ski jumper took some time out of a busy training and travel schedule to answer a few of our questions.
Twenty-six states are set to implement a new set of science standards that will include teaching that human consumption of fossil fuels has been a major contributor to climate change.
Two Montana teens have been charged with taking a moose during closed hunting season. They face loss of hunting licenses and $735 fines.
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