Inside The Baffling, Unsolved Case Of The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Heist
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist, the largest private property theft in world history, may remain unsolved as its last living suspect has died.
Stonehenge Design May Have Been Brought Over By Prehistoric Sailors From Northwestern France
There are actually thousands of sites like Stonehenge across Europe. And one of them may have just unlocked the mysteries of the iconic megalith's origins.
Russian Island Invaded By Packs Of Desperate Polar Bears
The remote island region of Novaya Zemlya has issued a state of emergency as packs of polar bears descend on their community.
Nine-Year-Old Trips Over Rock That Turns Out To Be Fossil Of Human “Missing Link”
It is believed that the 2 million-year-old skeleton fills the gap between our apelike ancestors and those early humans who used tools.
English Marathoner Mark Fellows Revealed To Be A Hitman Based On His GPS Watch History
A four-year streak of gang violence in northwestern England has ended as hitman Mark Fellows was brought to justice via his Garmin Forerunner.
Military Horse Prepped To Rescue Victims Of Pompeii Found In Its Stable
The horse was found in full saddle suggesting that it was being prepped to rescue those fleeing the volcanic eruption.
DNA Of An Extinct Wolf Found In A Pack Of Wild Dogs In Texas
Conservationists and biologists alike are optimistic that these findings could help revive what was once thought to be a lost species.
Horned Sex Offender Arturo Martinez Arrested Trying To Lure A Minor Into His Home
Arturo Martinez was arrested by San Bernardino County police for posing as a woman online and soliciting sexual services from a minor.
First Ever Plant Grown On The Far Side Of The Moon Dies
The experiment is intended to test whether life can be sustained on the moon in the long term.
Sniffer Dog Busts 256 Pounds Rhino Horn Haul In South Africa Airport
Careful monitoring of all international cargo is an integral part of South Africa's war against illegal rhino poaching.
Archaeologists Find 25,000-Year-Old Mammoth Rib Pierced With An Arrow From Early Human Hunters
"We finally have a ‘smoking gun,’ the first direct evidence of how these animals were hunted."