Cave divers found a mysterious passageway that led to an ice age ochre mine.
Written over 200 years ago, the Constitution is a legal document of Articles and Amendments that form the foundation of the federal government, state authority and citizen rights.
Poor planning and a lack of cooperation meant British strategy was destined to fail during the American Revolution.
Here's how a forensic artist recreated the likeness of a Stone Age man whose skull was found on a spike.
New evidence suggests that lizard and snake bones were common in sites linked to ancient Natufian culture because these animals were being eaten.
A botched restoration of a Bartolomé Esteban Murillo painting in Spain has frustrated art conservators and recalled memories of an earlier, similar mistake involving a painting of Jesus.
Using artificial intelligence, an artist restored film clips dating to more than 100 years ago, with remarkable results.
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Human bones in the famous Newgrange tomb in Ireland belonged to king born of first-degree incest, researchers say.
The American holiday Juneteenth is observed on June 19 and is also known as Emancipation Day and Black Independence Day.
Radar surveys enabled archaeologists to map an ancient Roman city in unprecedented detail — even buildings that were underground.