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New York City's bike share program is sparking protests and anger among residents.
Dr. Eufemiano Fuentes, the doctor at the center of the Operation Puerto drug bust, was found guilty Tuesday in a Spanish court of endangering public health, seven years after a raid on his clinic...
Anthropologists have found the first physical evidence of cannibalism at the Jamestown colony during the bleak winter of 1609-1610.
An Interview with Ralf Dujmovits, the man behind the iconic shot of a disastrous 2012 on Everest.
Three abalone divers were killed by powerful rip tides in separate accidents over the weekend in Northern California.
Pro riverboarder Josh Galt ran the first decent of the Green Narrows—Gorilla rapids included—using nothing but a riverboard and a pair or fins this week.
Metal detectors will be installed along the entire course of the Moscow marathon, race organizers announced. In August, runners will converge on Moscow for the world athletics championships.
Organizers announce the route of the 2013 USA Pro Cycling Challenge.
It's no surprise, but Hawaii has once again checked in as the least stressed state in the Union.
June Mountain to reopen after unexpected closure.
A non-profit group is cloning redwoods and with the intention of planting them around the world to fight climate change.
Oregon officials have planted "no joggings signs" at three national wildlife refuges in the Willamette Valley to discourage behavior that they say will disrupt wildlife.
Avalanche kills 5 snowboarders on Colorado's Loveland Pass.
What is the future of spectating and racing after the Boston bombings?
BASE jumper Alexander Polli flies through rock arch at 155 mph.