Yes, you can get your Zen on while getting miles in. Here are nine tips for making your next run extra-serene. I’m running down Kelly Drive in Philadelphia on an unseasonably warm fall day, my purple softly
A mysterious 3,000-year-old gold torc, described as one of the largest ever discovered, has been unearthed in the U.K. Discovered in Cambridgeshire last year, the torc, which dates from between 1300 and
A few years ago, author Meera Lester wrote a little non-scientific self-help gem called 365 Ways to Live Happy. Reducing her list down to 60 techniques for a happier life was no small task, as so many
Coach Jenny's got you covered. This article was written by Jenny Hadfield and repurposed with permission from Runner's World. -- Dear Coach Jenny, I started running two months ago and I'm up to 30 minutes.
Changing Planet Bay of La Paz, Gulf of California — Jumping into the Sea of Cortez to swim alongside a whale shark is like being in a National Geographic documentary. The massive fish looms out of the
Richard Bacon lives in Bend, OR, with his wife and black lab. His ultimate passion? Photographing the Pacific Northwest. "I grew up filming skateboarding and always loved trying to be creative visually
Lost resting place of Egyptian queen Nefertiti may have been hidden by Tutankhamun's tomb, archaeologist says
An English archaeologist has suggested that the tomb of Tutankhamun, the most famous of Egypt's pharaohs, is hiding a secret that has eluded researchers since its discovery more than 90 years ago. Dr.
A horrific spinal injury caused by a bronze arrowhead didn't immediately kill an Iron Age warrior, who survived long enough for his bone to heal around the metal point, a new study of his burial in central