A long-hidden diary written by a Nazi officer may point to the location of a treasure stash that includes more than 30 tons of buried gold.
RMS Titanic Inc., an official salvager of the Titanic shipwreck, will now be allowed to cut open the ship and remove its telegraph.
Excavators have already found the remains of about 60 mammoths and 15 pre-Hispanic indigenous people.
A highly detailed digital replica of the face of England's King Henry VII offers a glimpse of how the monarch may have looked in life.
It's not clear why ancient people dug up these chambers, but evidence suggests they used them in everyday life.
These spooky costumes may have been worn by some early modern physicians to ward off infection, but the history of plague medicine goes back much further.
Melting ice revealed a long-lost trail in Norway that was strewn with objects dating to the Viking Age.
Here's a look at some of the amazing astronomical discoveries from ancient Greece. But almost as interesting as what they knew, however, is what they did not know.
On May 8, 1945, Nazi Germany surrendered to the Allies, bringing an end to World War II in Europe and triggering huge celebrations around the world.
Megiddo, a place known in the Book of Revelation as "Armageddon," was occupied between roughly 7000–300 B.C. A prophecy states that in the end times a final battle will be fought near this site.