Alaska

This black bear had only one thing in mind as it mercilessly chewed it way through this woman's kayak. Revenge. Mary Maley
Scientists have discovered a new species of dinosaur that was 30ft long and lived in the Arctic. Researchers believe there
The admission by former Liberal Democrat Party Treasurer Lord Razzall, that he was offered cash for peerages "several times a year" over a period of twelve years but failed to report any of these criminal offences threatens to take the lid back off one Westminster's most unseemly and nocuous can of worms of recent decades: cash for honours.
When walruses get together, you’re going to know about it. Particularly if there are 35,000 of them, jostling for space on
There must be something in the North American water at the moment. A few days ago, we posted this video of a black bear who
NEW YORK -- Having added Crimea to the Russian Federation with barely a shot fired, Vladimir Putin’s next territorial acquisition
Proving that they are of far more use than removing teeth from the mouths of kids, an LA filmmaking firm has deployed a drone
Cruise holidays are often associated with big, bold vessels sailing for miles and miles across vast expanses of open water, with floor upon floor of identical cabin rooms catering for the masses.
The spectre of Apple's much-mocked maps service has raised its head again, almost a year to the day since its launch. An
The honorary feline mayor of an Alaskan town has survived an assassination attempt by a dog. Ginger tom Stubbs was left with
As cruise companies continue to announce increasingly exotic itineraries reaching every corner of the globe, there is no time like the present to push the boat out and try something a little different!
Former Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin has said she is considering a bid for the US Senate. That's right
For what was the internet invented? Was it sharing news of truly transformative video games, sycophancy or bragging about
Meet Kali, possibly the world's cutest polar bear. Three-month-old Kali was being cared for by workers at Alaska Zoo after
Camels might be known as ships of the desert but they had giant ancestors that once roamed the Arctic. Bone fragments belonging
2013 certainly is the year for a challenge, and we at Black Tomato have taken on a new angle - fishing. Don your galoshes and waders and go extreme like Robson Green as we show you our top places to sling your hook this year.
China has announced it is to spend 6 million yuan (£595,000) on converting the site of the country's first nuclear bomb detonation
In southern Alaska there's a town called Talkeetna. As well as having a beautiful name, it's also got a beautiful mayor - well
Nasa has found a huge 'forest' of algae under the Arctic Ocean, a discovery they say is equivalent to finding a rainforest
Last year's earthquake and subsequent tsunami in Japan caused vast amounts of damage to the country, took lives and ruined