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National Geographic's Archaeologist-in-Residence and a team of remarkable dogs may be about to solve...
Warren anonymously published patriotic plays, poems in the years before war for independence
Army Special Forces, or Green Berets, are a unique breed of intelligent warriors.
Why President Nixon ended up singing the June holiday into law in 1972.
Terrorist group is plundering historical sites—but there is long history of such theft.
Marks one of the first times presidential candidate's wife entered into national conversation.
Unique flag has served as a beacon of Pride since the late 1970's.
Great White North ridding criminal code of archaic laws.
Risking life and limb, Robert Smalls escaped with his family and became a Union hero.
Traveled and wrote about her adventures in England in the 1600s.
Roots of 'televised' government proceedings go back to radio and Prohibition.
Lawsuits have been filed against a higher power, triggering surreal legal proceedings.
How William the Conqueror made peace happen among the bloodshed.
Device was to be detonated in Sinai Peninsula as a warning to Arab attackers.
Japanese were overconfident after Pearl Harbor, but U.S. launched own surprise attack.
Bones of 700-year-old teenager previously discovered yielded a new revelation.
Pest destroyed state's cotton crop ... except in the town of Enterprise.
The photos, just published online, give window into Balkins War-era life.
A look at how The House That Ruth Built changed between its erection in 1923 and demolition in 2009.
Newly restored Rome frescoes reveal stunning and intricate 1,700 year-old paintings.