The "amazingly controversial" official description of Franco is to be replaced.
Jesus's death on the cross, though a singular event for Christians, was just one example of the Roman Empire's many gruesome, grisly and public tools of torture.
The Obama administration breaks a record for censoring the most government records requested through the Freedom of Information Act.
Research shows 11 leaders - including Genghis Khan - could be the "founders" of millions of Asian men alive today.
As jihadis use cultural vandalism as a weapon of war, fears are increasing for the country's Greco-Roman heritage.
Copyright runs out on Hitler's autobiography in 2016 paving way for publication.
The magazine was firebombed in 2011 after publishing a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammed
Santa was on a "trip" with his reindeer, according to one theory.
The 13-year-old female pitcher was given the title Monday by Sports Illustrated Kids.
The theme of this year's New York City Veterans Day Parade honors The Star Spangled Banner's 200th anniversary.
The Army's increasing reliance on "an ever-smaller group" of ever-expanding people "to serve and defend the country," presents a "big national security question," said Maj. Gen. Allen Batschelet.
A Bonhams auction of science objects put items like an Apple-1 computer, a Manhattan Project viewing window and a letter by Charles Darwin on the block
While they were excavating a tomb in northern Greece, a 10-by-15-foot mosaic appeared
A new scholarly analysis suggests that Jesus was not strictly a pacifist.
A hundred years after the Great War, Europe's past isn't past at all