Radiocarbon dating of woven baskets and sandals found in a cave in Spain make them the oldest artifacts of their kind found in southern Europe.
While installing new gas lines in Peru, workers unearthed nearly a dozen pre-Inca mummies buried alongside a variety of artifacts.
Life-size carvings of camels have been found in the Saudi Arabian desert, but archaeologists aren't sure who created them and when.
A new X-ray analysis of dinosaur feathers shows that their chemical structure is similar to that of modern bird feathers.
Archaeologists discovered a cache of treasure inside a sunken underwater temple and sanctuary in Egypt.
Researchers used 3D scans of a medieval man's skull to recreate a facial approximation of what he may have looked like when he was alive centuries ago.
Researchers studied chimpanzee and monkey anatomy to better understand how humans evolved to have flexible shoulders and elbows.
Archaeologists analyzed a number of artifacts from a pilgrimage camp in Israel that they think "sorcerers" used for magical purposes.
An amateur metal detectorist hit pay dirt in Norway, finding a collection of 1,500-year-old gold jewelry.
Archaeologists discovered four well-preserved Roman swords that were likely hidden in a cave in Israel during a revolt.
Forecasters are keeping an eye on Tropical Storm Lee, which they predict could soon become a full-blown hurricane in the Atlantic Ocean.
Archaeologists in Kazakhstan have unearthed a burial mound of a Bronze Age girl surrounded by a variety of grave goods.
Chemical analyses have revealed the specific components ancient Egyptians used to embalm the dead, including exotic ingredients that were acquired through trading.
Archaeologists in Mexico City discovered a bevy of stone objects carved to look like humans at a former Aztec site.
Archaeologists in Virginia have discovered three graves containing the remains of Confederate soldiers, amputated limbs and artifacts.
A zoo in Tennessee celebrated the birth of a rare spotless giraffe, but its lack of patches could harm its chances of survival.
Doctors determined a man's severe back pain was caused by a rare disease that leads to pus buildup in the psoas muscle.
An analysis of three letters written by Vlad the Impaler conclude that he may have suffered from a condition that caused him to cry tears of blood.
Metal detectorists in Wales struck gold when they discovered a collection of Iron Age coins scattered in a field.