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The 200-million-old fossil, which contained footprints from an alligatorlike reptile, is believed to have been stolen from the park roughly five years ago

The incident in December is the latest incident of vandalism to ancient Native artifacts

Bus 142 spent 60 years sitting in the Alaskan backcountry and saw thousands of visitors before it ended up at the Museum of the North in Fairbanks. Now a team of conservators, students, and volunteers face the challenge ahead.

That shiny sheet of plastic you have wadded up at the bottom of your daypack can help you stay alive. Will it help you stay comfortable? That’s a different story.

Exercise may not be enough to make up for thru-hikers’ bad diets, a new paper suggests

Despite warnings, rules, and common sense, tourists in Yellowstone keep approaching bears and bison.

Unpacking the buzz around the latest performance food

When the American cyclist quit the Tour, he did exactly what an athlete should do

You don’t need to go all in to reap health and performance benefits from the famous diet

The real takeaway: nutrition labels just aren't working

How to assemble your first kit.

A new cookbook seeks to make the world’s most restrictive diet palatable

A new cookbook breaks some traditional Paleo rules. Result: It's packed with recipes you'll actually want to make.

Tips from legend Lee Sheftel, who sent his first 5.14 after his 59th birthday

Scientists also investigating beetles, caddisflies

Join glowing cats, mice, pigs

Newlyweds take home gold and silver

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