A plaque marking one of the sites of the Pentrich Revolution.

Two Centuries Ago, These Ill-Fated Laborers Attempted to Overthrow the British Government

In 1817, the tragic Pentrich Revolution was short and brutal

This Museum Was the World’s Most-Visited in 2016

According to a new report ranking the most popular international museums

Fossilized skin from the neck of a Tyrannosaurus rex.

T. Rex Was Likely Covered in Scales, Not Feathers

The research dispels theories that the fearsome dino boasted a feathery plume

Dr. Seuss Museum Opens in Massachusetts

The Amazing World of Dr. Seuss features a life-sized Wump of Gump, a recreation of Sala-ma-Sond, and replicas of the author’s childhood haunts

Sliver of Saint’s Brain Stolen From Italian Basilica

Police are looking for the person or persons who swiped the sacred relic from the Don Bosco Basilica

This Wyoming Town Was Put Up for Auction

The bulk of the little hamlet was recently sold for $500,000

The recovered artwork.

Professor Helps Bust Italian Art Theft Ring

The professor noticed that a rare manuscript had been stamped with the seal of the Royal Library of Turin, leading him to believe that it had been stolen

How Common Are Food Allergies?

Roughly 3.6 percent of Americans have at least one food allergy or intolerance, study says

Puntung wallowing in mud as a calf.

One of Malaysia's Last Sumatran Rhinos Has Died

After performing emergency surgery on Puntung, experts realized that the abscess was caused by cancer

Tolkien’s Newly Published Book Is Rooted in a Real Love Story

The tale of Beren and Lúthien was first conceived in 1917, after an encounter between Tolkien and his wife Edith

New Online Database Catalogues 20,000 Threatened Archaeological Sites

The Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa Database includes an interactive map and a detailed search function

Joseph Stalin, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill at the Tehran Conference.

Interactive Map Shows the History of Presidential Travel

President Trump's first foreign trip follows a long line of international visits by heads of state

Major Latham Valentine Stewart Blacker in flying gear in 1933. Blacker, a former fighter pilot, shot the first aerial footage of Mount Everest.

Footage of Early 20th-Century Explorations Now Available Online

The UK’s Royal Geographical Society has digitized its archival footage of historic expeditions

Protestors stand in front of the Walker Sculpture Garden's construction fence on Saturday, May 27, 2017.

Amid Controversy, Minneapolis Museum Removes Sculpture Based on Execution of 38 Dakota Men

Members of the Dakota community say that the sculpture trivializes a painful chapter of their history

Jeremy the snail, with the baby of his unrequited lovers.

A Lonely Snail With an Unusual Shell Strikes Out in Love

Researchers brought Jeremy two potential partners who went on to mate with each other

These Sustainable Sneakers Are Made Using Algae

The shoes’ manufacturers harvest harmful algal blooms and turn the goo into footwear

A cyanotype photogram from "Photographs of British Algae."

How the First Female Photographer Changed the Way the World Sees Algae

The groundbreaking photo book by Anna Atkins, a 19th-century British botanist, is going on display in the Netherlands

Manuel Noriega is escorted onto a U.S. Air Force aircraft by agents from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) in 1990.

Former Panamanian Dictator Manuel Noriega Dies at 83

He had been serving a 20-year prison sentence for corruption and murder

A Tiny Church Sits On Britain's Oldest Site of Continuous Worship

When a 4,000-year-old wooden post was found near the church, it suggested that area was used for ritual purposes since the late Neolithic period

Anything for a snack.

Monkeys in Bali Swipe Tourists’ Belongings and Barter Them for Snacks

The behavior seems to have become a “cultural tradition” among local group of long-tailed macaques

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