This 1,000-mile race across the frozen wilderness of Alaska necessitates some very specialized kit
The Iditarod is one of the most grueling races in the world, covering 1,000 miles of Alaskan backcountry, and the dogs that run it train harder than almost any athlete
Capital is venturing out of Silicon Valley to the nation's coolest towns
Finished in 3 days
We asked two NASA engineers to break down how realistic the new Matt Damon movie is. (Spoilers ahead!)
We sent two intrepid reporters to this year's Great American Beer Festival in Denver, where more than 800 craft breweries from around the country were serving. Here's what they found.
As Hollywood prepares to release its adaptation of 'The Martian,' author Andy Weir talks about what it would take to send a person to Mars, and what he's got cooking for his next novel
There's a reason all our favorite toys are now made out West
Participating in Ride to Conquer Cancer
Breaches, nearly crushes 2 people
The spearfisher is a case study in how to turn your Instagram account into a shot at an idyllic life of travel and exploration
A Philadelphia brewery is aging a saison with speakers mounted to the barrel that constantly blast beats and rhymes from Golden Era hip hop
Brightest of the year
Conservationists call for buffer zone
For two members of the New Horizons mission to Pluto, aeronautics and planetary science are only part of their overarching fascination with the natural world. We spoke to them about the unlikely intersection of skydiving, cave diving, and space exploration.
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