Another celebrity bites the dust on Fox's masquerade competition.
“We have not been hit by a curse,” an antiquities official assured the public after media rumors.
Kenneth Brown was reportedly propped up in his favorite armchair.
The three-chamber tomb, which dates back to the 4th Century B.C. and the reign of Alexander the Great, was unearthed in Amphipolis
Other artifacts found in the tomb include a floor-sized mosaic, frescoes, and two large marble female figurines known as
Transitioning into galleries, he continues to use wheat paste and paint public space, running his own "ad campaigns" with graffiti and posters to reach as many free minds as possible.
Doctors in India successfully removed a baby’s skeleton that had been left inside the mother for thirty-six years.
Get four big dudes who can really sprint, cram them into one of those 12-foot-long space shuttles, and let's see if they can do a Double McTwist 1260 at 80 mph.
So how's your angulation? Thrown down any mad tricks lately?
We've all been here before: which cart at the supermarket or store do you choose? If you choose right, you're on your way
A skeleton pulls up to a drive-thru window... No, it's not the opening of a joke, but is actually the premise of the latest
While digging up the bones of Richard III, who was born in 1452 and ruled England from 1483 to 1485, scientists took soil
In the case of the male with multiple fractures, his life appears to have been especially difficult and he also has signs
Captain Cook, who is remembered for making the first recorded European contact with the eastern coastline of Australia, died
From the reconstruction, Thur and her colleagues concluded that Arsinoe had an African mother (the Ptolemies were an ethnically
Those who visit the Deutsche Guggenheim in Berlin these days might be a little confused by the sign above the entrance. What
A building contractor working at a River North construction site Wednesday found bones that may be human remains, authorities