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Indigenous Mexicans best pros on extreme mountain run

Guachochi - In old indigenous Latin American cultures, women toil at farming and tackle family duties. Atop this remote Mexican mountain, they also slap on sandals and crush pro athletes on long-distance runs.

Parachutists in illicit jump from Brazil skyscraper: report

S - Two Brazilian parachutists jumped from a 46-story skyscraper in the heart of Sao Paulo, Brazil's biggest city, this week after slipping past security, Globo news site G1 reported Saturday.

Jetman and sidekick tear up Dubai skies

Dubai - Two daredevil stuntmen have treated Dubai residents to a world-first aerial display, tearing through the skies above the Emirate at breakneck speed powered by jetpacks, organisers said Tuesday.

Russian train-surfers, extreme sport or social problem?

Moscow - Since he was 10, Sasha has taken the train everyday between Moscow and his home in the suburbs. Only instead of sitting inside with the other passengers, he runs on its rooftop as the train hurtles along.

Op-Ed: Video: 2012 'Year of the new normal' — Weather extremes

Many have noticed that 2012 was a year of very extreme weather conditions worldwide. HawkkeyDavisChannel on YouTube has compiled a video, showing just how extreme this weather was.

Climate change threatens Pacific region’s poorest

Manila - Climate change is threatening the Pacific region’s poorest people with increased hunger and malnutrition, and immediate action is called for as the region experiences harsh events such as coastal erosion, floods and drought, a new report shows.

New wildfire in Texas hill country quickly knocked down Special

Bandera - As flames leapt and wind picked up speed, quick responding members of Bandera Fire Rescue and neighboring Pipe Creek Volunteer Fire Department extinguished a Wednesday afternoon wildfire in the Texas hill country before it led to disaster.

Fireworks ban in Texas leads to change of plans, lost revenues Special

Bandera - Millions of acres of charred land in Texas, along with an ever-worsening drought of exceptional proportions has led to a few dampened holiday spirits as most of the state’s towns and cities' fireworks shows were cancelled, adding to its economic woes.

Sanders takes Obama to task: ‘Stand with the American people’

Washington - In prepared remarks before the US Senate on Monday, Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT), told President Barack Obama the time has come when he must “stand with the American people” and deny the Republican party its extreme demands.

Global temperatures in May 10th warmest on record

Washington - The planet’s warming trend continued in May, with records showing combined global land and ocean surface temperature almost one degree warmer than the 20th century average, making it the 10th warmest May on record.

Missouri governor declares state of emergency from Joplin tornado

Joplin - The deadliest tornado to hit the US in almost 60 years ripped through Joplin, Missouri on Sunday, leading Governor Jay Nixon to declare a state of emergency as the city now deals with the storm’s devastation which has claimed at least 90 lives.

Op-Ed: Mississippi River — Sandbagging our way to flood control

Natchez - Mississippi River floodwaters continue moving south, leaving in their wake thousands of flooded homes and businesses and millions of acres of flooded land, an event Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, in his comfort zone, urged citizens to be wary of.

Guerrilla Job Search Techniques - Do They Work?

Renting a billboard, handing out flyers or printing your contact info on T-shirts seemed like extreme methods to get a new job in the past few years. But unemployed workers are now using such techniques and more to attract attention. Does it do the job?

2008 Demand for UN Disaster Management Expertise Rises

The United Nations disaster management team was kept busy this year by the rise in hurricanes, floods and other natural disasters caused by extreme weather.

Soldier Wins $1 Million, Heads Back to Iraq

Color him any color you want, but make sure you use Red, White and Blue. Though he hit the Jackpot, Sgt. Wayne Leyde, a newly made millionaire, will be heading back to Iraq to serve a third tour of duty. He used a lucky coin to scratch his winning ticket.

Pedal Bike Snaps In Two After Reaching A Speed Of 172kmph

Extreme downhill bike racing should be left to people whose bike won't let them down

Freaky Weather: Fewer But Stronger Storms for Katrina Victims Predicted

Extreme weather is the norm, not the exception these days, and the US Gulf Coast has suffered the brunt of it.

Now that's extreme!

about two runners runing through the long sahara desert.

Extreme Cold Weather Alert Issued

Torontonians will have to endure another blast of Arctic air before a forecasted warm-up for the work week. An Extreme Cold Weather Alert was issued by Toronto Hostel Services Sunday afternoon with evening temperatures expected to dip down to -17 degre...

Extreme weather in India leaves 17 dead

Rain and snow to blame for rising death toll.

Extreme Proposals

Many brides prefer to be surprised by a proposal.

Extreme Trainsurfer

WOW, Such a sad story see below

Rosa Parks' historic legacy is owned by extremist, hateful Jews in Israel

Extremist Orthodox Jews force women to move and sit in the back of buses. Rosa Parks rolls in her grave.

Extreme Obesity Putting Strain on Emergency Rooms

Australia's emergency rooms are requiring more and more special equipment and hoists for bigger and bigger patients.

Extreme Trainsurfer

VIDEO OF A GUY THAT RIDES TRAINS
 

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