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With the price of corn rising, some ranchers have turned to an unconventional feed for their cattle: candy—the chocolatey kind.
Davis Phinney is living, leading, and winning despite Parkinson's disease.
This year, the Blue Ribbon Alpine Challenge is back, and we catch-up with Jessica van Garderen on the eve of the race.
A 70-year-old German man survived on a single chocolate bar and water for six days at 10,000 feet after falling into a crevasse in the Austrian Alps.
A marauding giant catfish ransacked the home of a Chinese couple in Xinjiang Province after they briefly left the door open before heading out for work.
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One of U.S. cycling’s biggest sponsors, Exergy Development Group, owes hundreds of thousands of dollars in unpaid sponsorship invoices and is now facing potential legal action. Exergy CEO...
Take your eyes off of the race every once in a while to enjoy some of these beautiful Colorado cities, home to incredible food, breathtaking views, and countless outdoor opportunities.
Canyons Resort has revealed the proposed route of a controversial 11,000-foot gondola linking Canyons and Solitude Mountain Resorts.
Ten soldiers in the New Jersey National Guard were struck by lightning Tuesday as they strategized in a tent on a Fort Drum range near Fargo, New York.
Butterflies collected from the area surrounding the Fukushima nuclear disaster suffer from abnormalities in their legs, antennae, and abdomens, and have dents in their eyes, according to a study...
A jet-skier managed to breach JFK’s security system after his jet ski broke down and he swam to shore.
Believe it or not, the U.S. has at least two hurdlers who are not named Lolo Jones.
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For the first time, the United States has started to clean up Agent Orange used to defoliate forests during the Vietnam War.