Amy Martyn is a writer and reporter who lives in Texas with her husband and dog. When she is not writing, reading or investigating, she is on her bicycle, running or on good days taking a road trip somewhere.
Otto Warmbier's death has prompted the North Korean tourism industry to stop accepting Americans
'Gareth was pretty much blind drunk the whole time we were in the country,' says one tourist
At the end of his trip with Young Pioneer Tours, Warmbier was arrested and later imprisoned. Doctors now say he suffers from brain damage
Koua Fong Lee's Camry was not included in Toyota's sudden acceleration recall, but Lee insisted that his car did exactly that.
China's demand for an exotic fish bladder is driving a rare breed of porpoise to extinction
Even corporations that plan to burn more fossil fuel are critical of President Trump's decision to leave the Paris climate agreement.
Police have arrested dozens of anti-pipeline protesters and even filed federal charges against some
Silicon Valley is taking credit for "disrupting" Big Mattress with a sales gimmick that was actually developed by an 84-year-old Tennessee welder
Nurses are demanding that lawmakers bring single-payer health care to the United States
Despite exclusivity, Sanofi makes no promises about price or availability
The way that turtles respond to a common chemical has disturbing implications for people
Insecticides in the neonic family are blamed for the widespread death of the world's honey bees
Aetna has made billions from Medicaid expansion, says government business is driving its growth
Traditional mattresses are expensive to ship and sometimes contaminated with formaldehyde
As the country struggles through an opioid crisis, researchers point to an alternative
People who are trying to move overseas with larger dogs find themselves at the mercy of the airline industry
An open letter to a senator, a surprise call from a 'head honcho dude,' and a messy '6' that places his payments in jeopardy
A paralyzed man has been unable to find work after Dish Network fired him for using the drug
Lawmakers are asking environmental groups about controversial oil and gas projects coming to Florida
An oil company is able to seize land to deliver natural gas to Mexico while the feds prepare for a border wall