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Steamship bound for Detroit mysteriously disappeared in 1924 with 28 sailors aboard.
U.S.-German online partnership now being used to solve decades-old art mysteries.
The mask means that the tomb belongs to a royal.
New book depicts the nightclub's singular, star-studded past with never-before-seen photos.
David Simon, creator of 'The Deuce,' takes RealClearLife on an exclusive tour of the neighborhood.
Filled with stills and posters, compendium examines a classic era of moviemaking.
BuzzFeed profiles Tom Corbally, whose life is mostly a secret.
Florida businessman H. Keith Melton is donating his collection.
Photographer Lee Lockwood captured the changes in Cuba under Castro from 1959 to 1969.
Archaeologist Alisha Gauvreau led a team that excavated the site.
The shortened version of 'oh my God' turns 100 years old this month.
Both were wealthy New Yorkers who somewhat surprisingly ascended to White House.
The pseudo-scientist made his case in 400-page 1879 book.
The sugary elixir was once formally used to treat diseases and flavor pharmaceuticals.
She was hired by inventor Alexander Graham Bell to work 54 hours a week as an operator.
The bones were more than 13,000 years old.
Federal agency's function has struggled with its mandate over the years as Wired profile shows.
From Rome to Tokyo to Los Angeles, see how the world's metropolises have evolved.
Wednesday vote eliminated holiday from the calendar and renamed it 'Indigenous Peoples Day.'
ABC will be tracing final days of Princess Diana in a new TV special.