Caty Enders is a writer and editor based in New York. She was previously an editor at Outside, and her work can be found at the Guardian, NPR and Esquire, among others.
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If the threat of widespread furloughs and closures isn't enough, the Smithsonian just confirmed that the imminent government shutdown would make the extremely popular National Zoo Panda Cam go...
Climber Finds Treasure on Mont Blanc
Jon Krakauer, author of Into the Wild, has firmly identified the cause of death of Chris McCandless.
Several teams of Sherpas are searching the Annapurna region of Nepal of for a British trekker who has been missing for a month after setting off alone.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has announced that rates of Lyme disease are 10 times higher than previously reported.
A former cop from New Zealand hopes to be the first person to walk the Korean peninsula's 870-mile mountain range, which runs from North Korea's border with China to the South Korean coast.
Eight people were arrested in Huntington Beach Sunday night as unruly crowds ripped up street signs, overturned portable toilets, and threw heavy objects through shop windows after the U.S. Open of...
In the news this week, we saw several stories that sketched a grim prognosis for our favorite edible sea creatures. Baby oysters are under immediate threat from the rapidly acidifying oceans,...
The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service has announced that it will proceed with plans to kill 3,600 barred owls in California, Oregon, and Washington in an attempt to protect the spotted owl.
If you're a Mini Cooper disciple with an incongruous fondness for road trips—check it out: Mini has released three prototypes for car campers, including the world's smallest camper.
The U.S. navy jettisoned four unarmed bombs over the Great Barrier Reef last week, sparking concerns among Australians that the unexploded ordnance could damage the World Heritage Site's ecosystem.
This week, SeaWorld Entertainment sent an email to film critics condemning the upcoming documentary Blackfish.
The Advertising Council has been hard at work on Smokey Bear 2.0, who's back this month with a propensity for PDA and a lot less finger wagging.
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