Mount Everest News
Solar Powered Plane Stops in New York
ABC News' Alyssa Newcomb speaks with the pilot of Solar Impulse, a plane that runs solely on solar power.
Puig Beats Wozniacki in Eastbourne; Radwanska Advances
Top-seeded Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland eased into the quarterfinals of the Eastbourne International with a 6-3, 6-3 win over Eugenie Bouchard of Canada on Wednesday
'O.J. Made In America' Director Reveals How He Made the 5-Part Documentary
"O.J. Simpson: Made In America ," is a five-part documentary that explores the murder trial of O.J. Simpson, but also, his life and the world in which he rose to fame. For director Ezra Edelman, though, the film is so much more than that. It's actually, he said, about "everyone." "People respond to
Veterans Speak Out After Historic Mount Everest Climb
The three U.S. veterans on Team USX tell "GMA" how they summited Mt. Everest to bring attention to veterans' issues.
US Soldiers Recount Harrowing Descent from Mt . Everest
U.S. Army 2nd Lt. Harold Earls was standing on the world’s tallest peak amid a roaring snowstorm when his Nepali Sherpa guide plunged off a 7,000-foot drop. The pair had just reached the summit of Mount Everest and started their descent early Tuesday when clouds rolled in and 65 mph winds carrying
3 Dead, 2 Still Missing Climbing Mount Everest
Three climbers have died and two others are still missing after attempting to climb Mount Everest, officials told ABC News this morning. Among the dead are Dutch climber Eric Arnold, 35; Austrian climber Maria Strydom, 34, and Indian climber Subhash Paul, 43. All three died of altitude sickness,
4 Die in 4 Days Climbing Mount Everest
Four people have died within four days on Mount Everest , an official at Nepal ’s tourism department told ABC News today. Climbers from Australia, India and the Netherlands were among those who died on the world’s tallest peak since last Thursday. A local Sherpa guide was reportedly also among
Everest Deaths, Missing Climbers Prompt Frantic Search
Dutch climber Eric Arnold is among those to die on Mount Everest in recent days.
Marine Veteran Charlie Linville Is First Combat-Wounded Amputee to Scale Mount Everest
A U.S. Marine Corps veteran made history Thursday as the first ever combat-wounded amputee to reach the summit of Mount Everest . Staff Sgt. Charlie Linville, 30, climbed the 29,029-foot summit of the highest mountain on earth with a prosthetic leg after being involved in a blast in Afghanistan in