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The last of the giant, old-growth redwood trees along the California coast experienced an unprecedented growth spurt in recent years, a study by the Redwoods and Climate Change Initiative revealed...
Two Italian mountain climbers were killed and another injured Tuesday by an avalanche in the French Alps.
Portions of a Florida resort were destroyed Sunday when a 60-foot-wide sinkhole formed below under two buildings, collapsing one and sinking another.
From Virginia to New York, dolphins are dying at seven times the normal rate, with at least 124 stranding reported since July, wildlife officials reported Thursday.
Scientists have figured out a way to turn used coffee grounds into drinkable alcohol.
Beating out Islamabad, Pakistan, in a poll of 46,000 Conde Nast readers, Newark, New Jersey, was rated the most unfriendly city in the world.
Compared to people who drive to the office, walkers and cyclists have a 40 percent lower chance of developing diabetes, according to a study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.
A long-distance swimmer known as "The Shark," embarked on a 30-hour, 22-mile swim across Lake St. Clair Monday to raise money for Habitat for Humanity.
Dick Pound, the former head of the World Anti-Doping Agency and a senior member of the International Olympic Committee, pushed back against the effectiveness of anti-doping programs
In a newly released video, you can follow in his footsteps in all of four minutes—covering roughly one country per second.
A week-long camping excursion can reset your biological clock, according to a study published this week in the journal Current Biology.
The U.S. Cup, which organizes many of the top domestic mountain bike events, has broken away from USA Cycling.
The worst heat wave in 140 years is baking parts of China, leaving dozens dead and pushing the mercury above 104 degrees in at least 40 cities.
Black bear encounters are on the rise in the Florida Panhandle, with 100 more sightings than usual this year, according to officials with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
Due to high demand, the Department of Natural Resources is delaying its sale of licenses for Michigan's first wolf hunt until September 28, the agency announced today.