Published March 19, 2013
Being embedded with the U.S. Marines was a mental and physical marathon, by far the most dangerous, difficult, exhausting and challenging assignment of my reporting career.
Published January 08, 2013
Vehicles being sold through online auction.
Published August 22, 2012
When America launched the war on Iraq in 2003, Adam Morse was a Specialist with the U.S. Army, driving a wrecker, towing damaged humvees and other heavy equipment out of Nazaria and other combat zones.
Published June 15, 2012
Nik Wallenda says he’s like a kid on Christmas morning, about to live a dream he’s had since he was six years old, when he first visited Niagara Falls and decided he wanted to walk across it.
Published June 05, 2012
Zippo Manufacturing Company has been making its signature metal-cased lighters with their distinctive “click” lid for 80 years.
Published May 16, 2012
Studies show straight gasoline gets 2 to 10 percent better gas mileage than fuel made with ethanol, an alcohol produced from corn, but gasoline with ethanol costs about 20 cents less per gallon at the pump
Published January 27, 2012
Codecademy is the creation of a couple of recent Columbia University grads who describe the Internet as “an incredible recruiting force for political campaigns or revolutions," suggesting those who know code can change the world.
Published December 15, 2011
Dakota Meyer never asked for the attention he's getting and he's never considered himself a hero. He was thrust into the spotlight because of his actions in battle on the worst day of his life in one of the roughest places on earth, a day when his best friends died despite his most determined efforts to save them.
Published December 06, 2011
Despite an aggressive campaign by animal rights activists to stop it, New Jersey's black bear hunt has begun.
Published October 18, 2011
Hundreds of landowners in upstate New York who signed leases allowing energy companies to drill for natural gas on their property have filed or joined lawsuits trying to break or renegotiate the contracts. Many are arguing they should be getting far more money. Some say the environmental impact may be much greater than they were told.