From Celebrities To Serial Killers: 33 Vintage Mugshots Brought To Life In Vivid Color
We colorized the mugshots of petty thieves, notorious criminals — and David Bowie.
Dumbo The Baby Elephant Dies After Legs Snap While Performing Tricks At Thai Zoo
Dumbo was forced to perform so many "rave" dance routines for laughing tourists that his legs literally snapped — and the zoo is calling it an accident.
This Week In History News, May 12 – 18
Ancient Chinese dog sacrifices unearthed, oldest North American DNA found, dinosaur with bat-like wings discovered.
This Week In History News, May 6 – 10
Elephant Man's bones likely uncovered, ancient shaman's drug pouch discovered, nuclear-tainted Pacific sea creatures found.
This Week In History News, Apr. 28 – May 4
Legendary Eskimo slaughter site uncovered, Ancient Greek murder mystery solved, Black Death-era coins dug up.
This Week In History News, Apr. 14 – 20
Roman-era human sacrifice victims uncovered, stunning artwork found inside Ancient Egyptian tomb, liquid blood extracted from prehistoric horse specimen.
This Week In History News, Apr. 7 – 13
Ancient Pompeiian food stands uncovered, last known African-born survivor of the transatlantic slave trade identified, Albert Einstein's letters detailing Nazi fears auctioned off.
This Week In History News, Mar. 31 – Apr. 6
Mystery of noseless Egyptian statues solved, rare portrait of Harriet Tubman found, America's largest mass lynching to finally get an apology.
This Week In History News, Mar. 24 – 30
518 million-year-old sea creature fossil uncovered, evidence of early humans' dwarf worship found, tourists taking disrespectful photos at Auschwitz called out.
This Week In History News, Mar. 17 – 23
Jack the Ripper possibly unmasked, theory about religion's role in human development debunked, Hitler's goddaughter laid to rest.
This Week In History News, Mar. 10 – 16
$1.3 billion shipwreck's anchor found, timeline of human life in Australia upended, Mary Queen of Scots' little-known letters revealed.