Avalanches Trap Skiers, Cause 6 Deaths in Washington State
Recent avalanches in Washington claimed the lives of adventurers in the central Cascade Mountains
Ripcord to the Rescue: Travel Risk Security Company Extracts Client Under Fire in African Jungle
A hunter under machine gun fire from a cult in the Central African Republic called on travel risk company Ripcord to bail him out.
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Hiker Todd Orr Survives Insane Grizzly Attack, Takes Video
Todd Orr was hiking in Madison Valley, Mont., when a grizzly bear attacked multiple times, leaving Orr with a number of wounds and a wild story to tell.
Ukraine Looks Back on Chernobyl Disaster 30 Years Later
Ukraine remembers the world's worst nuclear meltdown known at the Chernobyl plant, on its 30th anniversary.
Canada Confirms First Case of Sexually Transmitted Zika Virus
A patient from Ontario, Canada is said to have contracted the Zika virus from a partner who traveled to a Zika zone.
NOAA: March 2016 Smashes Global Temperature Record
The average global temperature for the month of March was the warmest since record-keeping started back in 1880.
Lawmakers Fear The Consequences of a Power Grid Cyberattack
Lawmakers want to know what plans are in place in the event of a power grid cyberattack. First things first, stock up on generators now while you can!
St. Louis Pest Control Workers Take On Zika Threat
Pest control workers adopt new tactics to fight against mosquitoes responsible for the Zika threat that looms over St. Louis.
Zika 101: What We Know So Far About The Zika Virus
Here's a rundown on what we know so far about the Zika virus if infected and what to expect.