The ability to boogie may have our prehistoric ancestors get through tough times, new studies suggest.
The controversial but wildly popular Body Worlds reveals the human body inside and out, in poses that are at once natural and bizarre.
Tattered and rusty orange, a map recently unfurled in Beijing has reignited an international war of words over who reached the New World first.
A little known ripple in American history forced time ahead by 11 days in the inventor's era. This month, it's time to break out 600 candles.
A new seismic technology makes music for the ears of archaeologists interested in the wrecks of sunken ships.
It may look like a fixer-upper, but what is buried beneath Oak Island might just make its estimated $7 million price tag worth the investment.
400 years after he tried to blow up Parliament, the religiously motivated Guy Fawkes is â€œan excuse for a party.â€
It is the grown ups that should be afraid this Halloween. Not of ghouls and goblins, but of permanently scarring their children.
With Ron Howard's filming of "The Da Vinci Code" near Edinburgh, the destination of choice for fans of the novel is now Rosslyn Chapel, where real history rivals the fictional mysteries.