This Week In History News, Apr. 19 – 25
Secrets of Mesoamerican heart extraction unlocked, more than 1,000 Viking artifacts unearthed, Russian region claims to be spared from COVID-19 thanks to ancient mummy.
This Week In History News, Apr. 12- 18
Stonehenge's LEGO-like construction secrets revealed, 200-million-year-old dinosaur eggs unlocked, ancient primate raft journey from Africa to South America uncovered.
This Week In History News, Apr. 5 – 11
Mysteries of ancient humans' love for ostrich eggs unlocked, history of Nazi camp on British soil revealed, remains of prehistoric rainforest in Antarctica discovered.
This Week In History News, Mar. 29 – Apr. 4
Ancient Egyptian lust spell uncovered, mystery of Alexander the Great's tomb closer to being solved, last survivor of the transatlantic slave trade identified.
This Week In History News, Mar. 22 – 28
Unexploded Vietnam War bombs found, gigantic saber-toothed tiger skull unearthed, worm-like ancestor of all life on Earth uncovered.
This Week In History News, Mar. 15 – 21
Lost Mayan city accidentally unearthed, stone chest of ancient Egyptian pharaoh found, structure made of mammoth bones baffles experts.
These Colorized Mugshots Show Criminals From The Past As They Really Were
From a woman who sliced off her husband's penis to a serial killer who gleefully confessed to murdering 21 people, these vintage mugshots are just as unsettling as they are compelling.
This Week In History News, Mar. 8 – 14
Ancient Viking arrowhead uncovered, Egypt's oldest pyramid reopened, dozens of 1,200-year-old Canary Island skeletons found.
This Week In History News, Mar. 1 – 7
"Medieval" sword found to be 5,000 years old, prehistoric giant armadillo remains unearthed, 15th-century etiquette book for kids brought to light.
This Week In History News, Feb. 23 – 29
Ancient Roman dagger unearthed, wall of human bones found in Belgian cathedral, 46,000-year-old bird discovered with feathers intact.
11-Year-Old Idaho Girl Supports Gun Freedom Bill By Carrying Loaded AR-15 Into Statehouse
Bailey Nielsen and her grandfather stood before Idaho lawmakers in support of a proposal that would allow any legal U.S. resident to carry a concealed handgun within city limits statewide.