The objects, which date to between 300 and 600 B.C.E., sat in a storage box for 15 years
A traveling exhibition traces how the animation studio mobilized to support the Allied war effort
Donated to the head of Catholic University’s drama department in 1973, the garment's ownership is now at the center of a legal dispute
For more than a century, museum artifacts were acquired in ways we no longer find acceptable. How can we repair the damage?
Judges for the triennial National Portrait Gallery contest chose Alison Elizabeth Taylor's "marquetry hybrid" out of a pool of 42 finalists
The arachnids propel themselves to safety at breakneck speeds after they’ve mated to avoid being eaten alive
On her 90th birthday, the self-taught singer-songwriter is donating personal items to the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History
An exhibition at the National Postal Museum examines the history of the nation’s favorite pastime
The recording star sported a homemade suit as spectacular as her voice
The plane was undergoing maintenance in an airfield near Kyiv
From a series of coins to a museum in the making, their groundbreaking achievements gain new visibility
Over its 13-year run, Vee Jay built a roster that left a lasting impact on every genre of music
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The big cats are stealthy predators, but the mountain-climbing ungulates are agile defenders
Scheduled to open this year are new institutions dedicated to African American history, electronic music and Nordic art
The blast, which sent tsunami waves across the Pacific, left thousands of Tongans without access to water and power