A backcountry skier became the first death of the avalanche season in Colorado on Sunday, when she was buried by a "very wide" slide, according to officials. The Larimer County Sheriff's Office said in
Deserted ski lifts and ruined hotels are some of the relics of a tourist industry that first seduced and then abandoned the Alps, along with cement, steel cables, paved car parks and deforested slopes.
A quarter of the world’s population are at risk of water supply problems as mountain glaciers, snow-packs and alpine lakes are run down by global heating and rising demand, according to an international
LAUSANNE/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia was banned from the world’s top sporting events for four years on Monday, including the next summer and winter Olympics and the 2022 soccer World Cup, for tampering doping
Russia has been banned for four years from taking part in major sporting competitions after investigations uncovered further evidence of tampering with doping data. Under the ban from the World Anti-Doping
WHAKATANE, New Zealand (Reuters) - New Zealand police said early on Tuesday they did not expect to find any more survivors from a volcanic eruption that killed at least five people, injured up to 20 and
MIDWAY ATOLL, Northwestern Hawaiian Islands (AP) — A crew of deep-sea explorers and historians looking for lost World War II warships have found a second Japanese aircraft carrier that went down in the
One year has passed and Catalan politicians and social leaders are still in prison. The leaders responsible for the referendum of October 2017 have been kept in jail without bail or trial, accused of rebellion
In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal which saw some 50 million Facebook users’ personal information collected by a data analytics firm without their knowledge, the social network’s CEO stopped
But an interesting thing happened on the way to the satirical response to Tuesday’s news, after The Washington Post reported that North Korea had crossed a “key threshold” toward becoming a “full-fledged
Tel Aviv-based photographer Neta Dror photographed six Israeli girls as adolescents and young women for her latest creative photo project titled At 15 and 20. First shooting portraits in 2011, and then
The green-eyed Afghan refugee girl whose iconic photograph captured the world’s attention three decades ago has been arrested for living illegally in Pakistan with fraudulent documents. Pakistani police
One Reason Why Tapes Of Donald Trump Bragging About Sexual Assault May Finally Get GOP Elites To Drop Him
On Friday, David Fahrenthold of the Washington Post gained a copy of a 2005 Access Hollywood recording of Donald Trump bragging about his ability to grab women by their private parts, among other things.