Deep in the jungles of southeast Asia, archaeologists have rediscovered the remains of an invisible kingdom that may have been the template for Angkor Wat
Listing hotels, restaurants and other businesses open to African-Americans, the guide was invaluable for Jim-Crow era travelers
The stunning results when a photographer uses remote cameras to capture Africa's great beasts
Charles Darwin never visited the Yale museum, but you can, and see for yourself the specimens that he praised as the best evidence for his theory
Each July, Dayton, Tennessee, celebrates its role in the famous court case with a re-enactment and festival
Recent surprise discoveries at the national park have prompted a complete rethinking about the creatures of the Jurassic Era
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Unraveling the jazzy life of a snazzy style
A new book spotlights the astonishing diversity of avian plumage
Who is this cool cat, posing for an unusually casual photo for famed photographer Alexander Gardner?
What is the root of why our ancestors gained the power to walk on two feet and chimpanzees didn't?
In a new book, the bandleader and hip-hop star stirs up music and cooking
Scientists are sitting on top of the world after this monumental discovery and are eager to keep exploring the universe
With pen and brush, the talented journalist fights for justice in the Middle East, and closer to home
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