Archaeologists found a lost lunch box near the top of a mountain in the Swiss Alps. They were even able to identify its 3,500-year-old contents.
Hurricanes swirling in the Pacific Ocean could lock arms in a dance step meteorologists call the Fujiwhara effect. The do-si-do may lead in Hurricane Hilary cannibalizing Irwin.
The legendary birthplace of King Arthur could give up its secrets about early medieval life in Britain.
Space archaeologists want to understand the "microsociety" of astronauts aboard the International Space Station.
Divers completed a recovery mission to the wreck of the Tulsamerican, an American bomber that crashed off the coast of Croatia in 1944.
Eight sunken ships have been found around Fourni, a cluster of Greek islands that's a hotspot for wrecks, a team of underwater archaeologists announced.
A cluster of Greek islands called Fourni is a hotspot for shipwrecks, the oldest of which date back as early as the sixth century B.C.
Hobby Lobby bought thousands of objects, including cuneiform tablets and and clay stamp seals, that were smuggled out of Iraq, according to federal authorities.
This summer marks the 80th anniversary of Amelia Earhart's disappearance. In the latest search for clues, archaeologists and dogs will go to a remote Pacific island to look for bones.
During an underwater search off the coast of California, researchers found the wreck a U.S. Coast Guard ship that sank 100 years ago.
The U.S. Coast Guard discovered one of its lost ships 100 years after the vessel sank off the coast of California.
The identity of Leonardo da Vinci's mother has eluded historians for years, but now one scholar said he's found the woman behind the Renaissance man.
Researchers diagnosed a case of adolescent bone cancer in the 700-year-old remains of a teen buried in Panama.
A vivid, turquoise-colored carving from ancient Egypt has been returned to a Berlin museum more than 70 years after it was thought to have been lost during World War II.
A mass grave from the Thirty Years' War was uncovered in Germany a few years ago. Now the bodies are giving up their battle secrets.
Archaeologists uncovered a mass grave in 2011 from the Battle of Lützen in Germany. Now, they have more clues about the violent lives and deaths of soldiers during the Thirty Years War.
Archaeologists digging up a gothic graveyard in Portugal discovered an ovarian tumor that had started sprouting teeth.
Archaeologists in England discovered a Neolithic earthwork and burial site that could date back to 2000 B.C.
Archaeologists will search for offshore remains of Ayla, an early Islamic city in modern-day Aqaba, Jordan.
Some scientists believe Pluto's red "whale"-shaped region is the mark of a giant impact — the same one that produced Pluto's huge moon Charon.
The page was ripped from a priests' handbook hundreds of years ago, and it could be one of England's oldest fragments of printed text.