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The famous hotel is currently closed for renovations.
We look back at a century-old photographs.
23 years later, Kim Marie Claire Umutesi recalls what came after the massacre of 800,000 people.
By Sean Cunningham
"A date which will live in infamy."
Getty photographer Chris Jackson says the excitement was palpable at at Kensington Palace.
It sounds like a movie, but it happened in real life, according to newly declassified records.
Wampanoag natives did feast on turkey, but much has changed over the years.
Meader was once among the most popular entertainers in the world.
It spans more than a half-mile, archaeologists say.
The recordings of "We shall fight on the beaches" speech didn't air over BBC until 1949.
An unknown thief took the wristwatch from a museum in Ecuador.
A new book describes how the U.S. spaceport was built following a botched missile test.
Three historians and an economist may have changed the game.
The U.S. Strategic Command plan to deal with zombies was declassified in 2011.
She socialized with Athenian philosophers and was the model for a sculpture of Aphrodite.
Historic Paris-to-Istandbul train is being recreated once again for the big screen.
Built in 1927, the mansion's reputation as Hugh Hefner's home and haunt is legendary.
How one newspaper targeted a famous conductor and nearly toppled the Boston Symphony.
Wall Street Journal essay examines communism's impact 100 years after the rise of the Soviet Union.
2,300-year-old site southwest of Cairo reveals the influence of ancient Greece.