A shocking investigation has revealed how men are sold for manual labor in the North African country.
A previous drawing by Trump sold in July for more than $29,000.
An old copy of Newsweek with the autograph of Steve Jobs on its cover will soon be up for auction and consignor Diane Williams is hoping for big money.
In a handwritten letter from prison, the rapper explained why he had to break things off with the "Material Girl."
"From your native country one cannot expect—in the foreseeable time—a more reasonable political attitude," he wrote of the U.S.
It had been in an Indian collection and was being auctioned for the first time.
Anne Frank inscribed the poem in Christiane van Maarsen's "friendship book" before she went into hiding in the Secret Annex.
Eleven letters written by the Captain Kirk actor will be auctioned.
David Bowie's private art collection, which will be open to bids later this year, tours London, New York and Hong Kong.
The Beatles star called on his musical friend for a donation to his performing arts school.
Pieces by artists including Basquiat and Damien Hirst will be displayed by Sotheby's London before being sold.
A collection of 169 Nazi items were sold at an auction described as "disgusting" by the Central Council of Jews.
The former neighborhood watch patrolman has led a turbulent life since killing Trayvon Martin.
George Zimmerman—acquitted of murdering the teenager—listed the gun as "a piece of American history."
From Ringo Starr's drums to Clapton's guitar, deep-pocketed collectors are purchasing pieces of rock history.
The acetate disk is thought to be the band's first recording before their chart success.