Eleven people have died this season, the highest number since 2015.
By Upendra Man Singh, Binaj Gurubacharya, Emily Schmall, Associated Press
Family, friends and supporters welcomed a veteran Sherpa guide upon his return to Nepal's capital on Saturday, days after his 24th climb of Mount Everest extended his record.
By Associated Press
Two people died and two are missing near the summit of Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world.
By Michael D. Regan
PBS NewsHour spoke to Grayson Schaffer, a senior editor for Outside Magazine, about the destruction the avalanche caused, whether Mt. Everest is getting more dangerous and why business as usual will start again so soon.
By Sarah McHaney
By PBS NewsHour
By Anna Sillers
The climbing season on Mount Everest was temporarily halted after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake on April 25 caused avalanches in Nepal. American climber Mike Hamill, who was on the mountain at the time, recounted his story to National Geographic.
By Triana Kalmanoff
One day after the 7.8 magnitude earthquake ravaged Nepal on Saturday, a series of aftershocks have continued to shake the region, one of which measured 6.6 on the Richter scale.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Friday, the House of Representatives voted again to approve construction of the Keystone XL pipeline after the Nebraska Supreme Court rejected a legal challenge to the pipeline’s route. Also, Islamic cleric Mustafa Kamel Mustafa was sentenced…
By Lorna Baldwin
A team of women in Nepal has achieved a mountaineering first, scaling seven of the world's highest peaks on seven continents.
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