As of September 9, there have been 17 named storms in the Atlantic Basin.
Archaeologists have discovered 30 curse tablets down an ancient Athenian well. The tablets call on the gods of the underworld to do their bidding.
Archaeologists have found two Bronze Age tombs on the Greek mainland, filled with gold and treasure.
The site would have been involved in the craft production of purple dye, an extremely expensive and highly prized commodity, in the Late Minoan period circa 1800 to 1500 BCE.
People are turning to essential oils to help them combat a plethora of medical problems.
The mosaic's multicolored patterns were painstakingly composed of tiny stones—about 3,000 of them per square foot.
Dhaskalio is a protected site and uninhabited today, but was once widely known for ritual activities.
Bethsaida is purported to be the hometown of apostles Philip, Andrew and Peter.
You'd think people would have noticed earlier.
An earthquake struck Lechaion somewhere between 50 and 125 A.D., and the majority of the ruins have since been buried beneath sediment.
Hippocrates described unidentified parasitic worms in his medical texts 2,500 years ago. Ancient human poop just revealed which ones.
"To say that we were excited once we realized what we'd found is an understatement."
A little piece of home in a distant land.
After student protests over Trump messages written in chalk at Emory University, Trump supporters at other campuses have embarked on "The Chalkening."
The find sheds new—and disturbing—light on Greek society.
The atheist group say the cost of transporting a holy flame from Israel to Greece should not be paid for by the state.
An investigation shows that Sigma Alpha Epsilon members learned a racist chant at a national fraternity function.
As it apologizes for a racist video, the embattled University of Oklahoma fraternity hires a controversial defense attorney.
Officials at the University of Oklahoma have expelled two students identified in a video that features a racist chant.
Greek suicides increase by a third after the introduction of austerity measures in 2011.
Spain's far-left party have declared their intent to follow in Syriza's footsteps after election triumph.
The left-wing coalition has softened its anti-euro rhetoric, angering the party's radical wing.