Richard Carr, a retired psychologist who had long dreamed of sailing around the world, was in the middle of the Pacific when he started sending frantic messages that said pirates were boarding his boat. Two thousand miles away in Los Angeles, his family woke up to a nightmare: he might be dying alone, and there was almost nothing they could do about it.
This film aims to answer the question of why these athletes push themselves to the outer limits.
Have you ever thought, ‘Mom, how could you say that?’ well, this film is littered with those moments.
Building some of the country’s best trails isn't just about crafting flowing ribbons of singletrack. It's also about navigating miles of red tape.
Over 150,000 Californians were evacuated last night and 20 million more are under red-flag fire warnings
Attorney Xochitl Torres Small just won a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives in a rural district. One of her prominent talking points? Protecting the region's national monument.
Finally, the Czech climber shows us that he might be human after all
The results from Tuesday's elections prove that the majority of people in this country revere our public lands. Politicians, listen up.
Photographs by Dutch photographer Jimmy Nelson from his new book, Homage to Humanity. Words by Emily Reed.