Inside The Destruction Of 11 Historic American Landmarks — And The Uninspired Structures That Took Their Place
From the original Penn Station to the Old Cincinnati Library, these majestic landmarks were demolished to make room for parking garages, offices, and more "modernized" buildings.
Gold Miners In Canada Just Unearthed The Most Well-Preserved Woolly Mammoth Ever Found In North America
The baby mammoth, dubbed Nun cho ga, likely died more than 35,000 years ago, but she's so well-preserved that scientists can see what she ate for her last meal.
Archaeologists In The Netherlands Just Unearthed A 2,000-Year-Old Roman Temple Complex
Archaeologists have found two temples that they believe were used by Roman soldiers as early as the first century C.E. along with altar stones and carvings of deities.
Archaeologists In Greece Unearth A 2,100-Year-Old Skeleton Buried On A Bronze Bed Decorated With Mermaids
The bed dates to the first century B.C.E. and was discovered alongside the remains of a wealthy woman who likely held a high position in ancient Greek society.
An Elderly Woman Stole A Jacket That Was Part Of An Art Exhibit Right Off The Wall Of The Picasso Museum In Paris
The woman even had the jacket altered by a tailor to fit her perfectly.
113-Million-Year-Old Fossil Reveals Flying Dinosaur Ancestor Likely Had Flamboyant Feathers On Its Head
Researchers studied a partial skull of the pterosaur and determined that the dinosaur cousins were likely covered in fuzz-like hairs and sported a bold crown of feathers.
Giant Camel Bones In Mongolia Indicate That Early Humans Hunted Them 27,000 Years Ago
Camelus knoblochi lived out its final days in Mongolia — and may have been prey for our human ancestors.
Undercover Detectives In Florida Just Arrested 108 People In A Child Sex Trafficking Sting — Including Disney World Employees
Other suspects arrested in "Operation March Sadness 2" include a teenager and a former circuit court judge.
This Spanish Ghost Town Just Reappeared After 30 Years At The Bottom Of A Reservoir
When the creation of a new reservoir in 1992 forced residents of Aceredo to evacuate, they thought they would never see their homes again. Now, due to a major drought, they can.