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The goal: Cover 15 mountains in six days. If Crawford succeeds, she'll hold the record for the fastest female ascent of California's 14ers.
An interview with the man who did the impossible: Surf from Israel to Lebanon and even survive a brief stint in Syria.
OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA[photo size=original | caption= ]1561991[/photo][photo size=original | caption= ]1561996[/photo]Ph.D. student Carey Minteer releases Knapweed seed head weevils (Larinus minutus...
Photo by Pavel Izbekov John Eichelberger leads a group of students to the rim of the Katmai caldera in the 2011 International Volcanological Field School. To get there, students must traverse the top...
A civilian laborer who reportedly set fire to a nuclear Navy submarine is facing life imprisonment and a fine of up to $250,000 for the $400 million in damage he caused.
Eschaton isn’t as exotic as Buzkashi or as insane to recreate as freight-train jumping, but it comes with its own problems.
UI's student recreation center covers 85,000 squarefeet and features a 55 foot freestanding climbing well. The Arb is a 65-acre arboretum adjacent to the golf course that features gardens, ponds and...
The Tour de France concluded Sunday with Mark Cavendish rocketing to a stage win on the Champs-Elysees and Bradley Wiggins taking the overall title by three minutes and 21 seconds over teammate Chris...
After losing more than four minutes on the final climb of the day Wednesday, defending Tour champion Cadel Evans slipped into seventh place and saw his hopes of winning the race dashed.
Frank Schleck plans to file a complaint for poisoning if his B sample confirms he took the banned diuretic Xipamide at the Tour de France.
An airline passenger, James Tonges, who bit into a sandwich containing a one-inch-long needle this week has been placed on the antiretroviral drug Truvada used for the treatment of HIV.