More and more rich people are buying art and stashing it in strange places. According to infamous scammers, it's not even close to legit.
"Especially when you wear that USA jersey, you’re a target."
Fewer than five percent of firefighters in the U.S. are women. Even fewer than that are elite long distance runners.
The University of Oregon has spent a decade as a college football powerhouse behind huge donations from Nike founder Phil Knight. Their stadium is directly across the street from a juvenile detention center.
High school senior Maya Penn is working to get sanitary products to women and girls in developing countries.
Floating in a tank of liquid nitrogen, unable to control our destiny, is very unappealing. But it's much more appealing than being nibbled on by worms and bacteria.
Millions of Americans enroll in community colleges each year, and among them are high-level athletes just waiting for a chance to prove themselves. Forty-four will get a chance at the Rio Games.
The return of sprinters like Justin Gatlin, LaShawn Merritt, and Tyson Gay to the Olympics raises the question, once more, of whether an athlete who has been caught doping can ever be truly clean again.
Professional track athletes like Adam Nelson and Nick Symmonds want to protect athletes' rights during the Olympics.
Runner Sarah Brown would be the first to admit she was cutting it close in the race from delivery date to trying to make an Olympic team.
As more tourists than ever make their way to Rishikesh in search of physical and spiritual cleanliness, pollution in and along the Ganges has never been worse.