FBI agents and art recovery lawyers helped retrieve the piece by Austrian artist Johann Franz Nepomuk Lauterer
Martin Scorsese's new film revisits the murders of wealthy Osages in Oklahoma in the 1920s
Huey P. Newton has been mythologized and maligned since his murder 34 years ago. His family and friends offer an intimate look inside his life and mind
The museum says its reputation was badly damaged by a scandal it describes as "stranger than fiction"
A new mobile app provides access to the National Stolen Art File, a database of 8,000 missing items
Michael Barzman agreed to plead guilty in connection with a scandal that rocked the Orlando Museum of Art
Our favorite titles of the year resurrect forgotten histories and illuminate how the nation ended up where it is today
Under President Franklin D. Roosevelt, J. Edgar Hoover consolidated immense power—and created the beginnings of the surveillance state
The band's last surviving member is suing the FBI, which monitored the group in the 1960s
Federal agents are investigating the origin of the works, which were on display at the Orlando Museum of Art
A recent auction of the Chicago gangster's mementos testifies to his enduring appeal—and the thorny nature of collecting items owned by criminals
In the 1930s, the enigmatic figure ran an illegal lottery while championing New York City's Black community
Shaka King's upcoming film dramatizes Black Panther leader Fred Hampton's betrayal by an FBI informant
Smithsonian scholar says the time is ripe to examine the man's complexities for a more accurate and more inspirational history
William O'Dwyer was beloved by New York City. So why did he abruptly leave office and head to Mexico?
William Portwood admitted his involvement in attacking minister James Reeb to reporters just weeks before his death
The F.B.I. Is Trying to Return Thousands of Stolen Artifacts, Including Native American Burial Remains
Five years after the F.B.I.'s six-day raid on a rural Indiana home, the agency is turning to the public for help identifying and repatriating the artifacts
The Sunspot Observatory in New Mexico was closed for ten days due to a 'security threat,' though aliens and solar flares have been ruled out
When the FBI asked museum conservators at the American History Museum for assistance, they discovered the two pairs are twins
Twenty years ago, the courts gave Theodore Kaczynski four life sentences, thereby ending more than a decade of terror.
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