And what the president can nevertheless learn from the museum.
Russian researchers have found what they think is a spear made from a mammoth tusk lodged inside the ribs of mammoth remains.
The complex included a manor house and large farms. Written records from nearly a millennium ago appear to describe its whereabouts.
Judges in the Netherlands said that the gold, originally from Crimea, may be returned to Ukraine instead.
Donald Trump Jr., the slick-haired businessman who might single-handedly deepen his father's chaos inside the White House, could be the worst first kid ever, historians say.
Archaeologists are hoping to find what lies beneath the large Mayan temple known as "The Castle."
Hirofumi Yoshimura said the American city should "treat this issue with careful consideration."
A powerful project allows survivors to "answer" questions without being present. It’s like Siri if Siri were an actual human with a life story to tell.
Although foreign to us moderns, the cinaedus was a familiar figure to ancient Greeks and Romans, whose identity raised concerns about gender.
The thousands of languages spoken around the world are unevenly spread—researchers have a theory about why far more are spoken in tropical regions of the world.
The woman thought to be Earhart isn't facing the camera, but her characteristics match up.
“From your native country one cannot expect—in the foreseeable time—a more reasonable political attitude,” he wrote of the U.S.
A number of historic “cures” fell out of favor because they were more akin to a method of torture.
Richard Nixon's presidential library has a history of Watergate revisionism.
We can read and view history but with the development of the odor wheel, we may be able to smell it, too.
Timothy Snyder, a professor of Eastern European history at Yale, shifts his focus from the past to the present to help Americans counter the erosion of democracy.
Hungary is attempting to purge itself of totalitarian symbols related to the 40 years of communist rule.