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A family digging in their garden accidentally made the discovery.
October 20th marks the 70th anniversary of the start of the notorious Red Scare.
Archaeologists have uncovered the remains of a temple dedicated to Pharaoh Ramses II.
A new book, 'Red Atlas,' details the history of the clandestine Soviet military project.
Peek into one of the largest private collections of Japanese photography in the world.
The city reportedly made no announcement that the statue would be covered.
No one has found the remains of the Pinta, the Niña or the Santa Maria.
Three disagreeing Virginia delegates helped create today's rules.
The team found bones of the man behind the legend of Santa Claus in southern Turkey.
Scuba divers flock to the water to see the eerie landscape.
More loyal to Marxism than Russia, he is now the country's honored hero.
Turns out the excavation teams were following bad directions more than 2,000 years old.
Smithsonian magazine explores how the rise of the Bolsheviks 100 years ago affects today's Russia.
The head is 2,400 years old and crisscrossed borders for years.
She talks about 90s culture, politics and the Internet's affect on her life and American history.
The city was founded by Alexander the Great.
Speculation abounds as to what is behind a shoddily built wall in the castle's basement.
Jon Meacham, Robert Dallek among Vanity Fair panelists who use history to parse it.
Steamship bound for Detroit mysteriously disappeared in 1924 with 28 sailors aboard.
A new exhibit at the PDNB Gallery in Dallas features photographs of the infamous Texas criminals.