It is the first time such a hot-food-drink eatery, covered when Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79 A.D., was completely unearthed.
The president needs to manufacture a crisis to get his wall built, says conservative pundit Charlie Sykes.
"Wile E. Coyote's great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandfather."
Archeologists uncovered the remains of four young people who took refuge inside a shop nearly 2,000 years ago.
The eponymous movie (Pompeii) is fun, and I like this stuff, thus I figured I'd go the extra mile and speak with a real-life archaeologist -- the intrepid kind! -- in the form of Professor Sarah Yeomans, a faculty member at West Virginia University.
Interview With Paul W. S. Anderson, Pompeii Director, on the Film's Scientific and Historical Accuracy
The filmmakers did their best to accurately portray what producer and director Paul W. S. Anderson calls "probably the most spectacular disaster of the ancient world." I talked with Anderson about the ways he incorporated history and science in order to make the movie as accurate as possible.
On Saturday, something strange came up at Rome's Fiumicino airport. No, we're not talking about Superman, but instead what
Kit Harington, who plays Jon Snow on "Game of Thrones," is about to face his toughest opponent: Mount Vesuvius. Harington
There are still tickets available for the opening day of the "A Day in Pompeii" exhibit, click here for availability. In
WATCH: Watch Sneak Peak: Deadliest Volcanoes on PBS. See more from NOVA. The volcano that buried Pompeii in A.D. 79 still