Mapping technology cut through the canopy to detect sprawling urban structures in Bolivia that suggest sophisticated cultures once existed
The Italian government plans to cull the population after at least one animal tested positive for a contagious swine fever
The accidental discovery has a long, layered history
The pilot program to limit tourist access to the “Floating City” is voluntary—for now
Sixty years after Seattle's Century 21 Exposition, world's fairs have largely fallen out of fashion in the U.S.
It could cost 30 million a year to replace infected trees in areas hardest hit by the non-native species
On January 28, 1922, the Knickerbocker Theatre's snow-covered roof collapsed, killing 98 people and injuring another 133
City employees will spend an hour every night shining green lasers and playing corvid distress calls to humanely harass the birds into leaving
Julian Fellowes' new series dramatizes the late 19th-century clash between New York City's old and new monied elite
Held across the U.S. in the early 20th century, the events sought to raise awareness for poor living conditions and offer the animals a holiday respite
Substances that persistently luminesce could be used in streets, sidewalks and buildings
Genghis Khan founded the city, located in what is now central Mongolia, around 1220 C.E.
The Art Institute of Chicago's new show adorns the city's buses, trains, billboards and more with the feminist artist's creations
From ruby-throated hummingbirds to bald eagles, a new study finds our feathered friends thrived in quieter urban habitats
Architects of the Mesoamerican city transformed the landscape in ways that continue to impact modern development today, a new study finds
To combat overcrowding, the Italian city is set to charge non-overnight visitors an entry fee of €3 to €10
Dated to the sixth century C.E., the Marea complex boasted public baths and a hospital
The 2,000-year-old travertine slab marked the sacred outer limits of the ancient city
Wicker vessels recovered from the ruins of Thônis-Heracleion contain doum nuts and grape seeds
The Marble Arch Mound sought to invigorate a major shopping district in England's capital. Visitors called it a "bad Santa's grotto"
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