Oregon Was Founded As a Racist Utopia

When Oregon was granted statehood in 1859, it was the only state in the Union admitted with a constitution that forbade black people from living, working, or owning property there. It was illegal for black people even to move to the state until 1926. Oregon's founding is part of the forgotten history of racism in the… » 1/21/15 10:00am 1/21/15 10:00am

This Wild Concept For the Ultimate Urban Bike Will Soon Be a Reality

Last week we looked at The Bike Design Project, a competition between five design teams and bike builders to create the perfect urban bike. And today we have a winner, which will now be put into production by Fuji—so you'll be able to buy it, if Blade Runner-looking velocipedes are your thing. » 8/04/14 4:44pm 8/04/14 4:44pm

A Story of Survival in the Oregon Wilderness

Over Thanksgiving 2006, James Kim, a CNET editor, disappeared along with his wife, Kati, and their two young daughters in the snowy Oregon wilderness. Kati and her two children survived; James did not. She recently recounted her experience for the first time to 20/20, detailing the family's encounter with bears and… » 2/17/11 3:20pm 2/17/11 3:20pm