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A new study suggests that minimizing rest may be the solution to your training problems.
Environmental officials in New York are searching for the the fifth alligator since April spotted in a Long Island, New York, river.
Divers have started exploring an underwater pit in northern Lake Michigan, hoping to find the final resting place the Griffin, a ship helmed by the 17th century French Explorer La Salle.
A naked man was rescued from a transmission tower in Northern Hollywood Friday night.
Firefighters battling the Black Forest wildfire in Colorado say the blaze has surpassed last June's Waldo Canyon fire as the most destructive in the state's history.
A York County, Pennsylvania, condo complex is turning to extreme measures to combat an overflowing tide of animal refuse.
A line of fierce thunderstorms may affect up to one in five Americans Wednesday as it rumbles forth from Iowa to Maryland, dumping hail, toppling trees, and leading to power outages.
The Coldest Journey expedition, a team on a mission to cross Antartica via South pole during Winter, has been halted by rough conditions.
Just 20 minutes of hatha yoga improves working memory and inhibitory control—measures related to your ability to focus and use new information—better than aerobic exercise, a study in the...
NASA scientists have discovered that wildfires in the Amazon rainforest are the primary cause of deforestation in the region.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has officially moved to delist the Gray Wolf from the list of threatened and endangered species.
A plan to build an alternative to the Panama Canal took a step forward Wednesday after Nicaragua announced the start of the $40 billion project.
A California man whose vehicle tumbled down a steep mountainside was found alive in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks.
A California judge has ruled in favor of the social fitness website Strava in a court battle over the company's role in the death of a cyclist who was killed while riding in Berkeley, California,...
People should ride fixed-gear bikes, or fixies, because they help you feel connected to the road and are good for training.