The woman was buried with ostrich egg beads and pottery.
Opposition to Trump and a growing tribal political network converged to bring more native women into politics than ever before.
This election cycle could see the first Muslim congresswoman, the first female African-American governor and the youngest woman to ever be elected to Congress.
Russian Colonel General Vladimir Shamanov is the latest in Moscow to warn of a repeat to the Cuban Missile Crisis.
While El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras are not undergoing any active conflicts, they have been scarred by wars fueled in part by the U.S.
Scientists have discovered that our relationship with the rich cacao bean goes back much further than previously thought.
Archaeologists think the llama was an offering.
"We will find ourselves at ground zero," Russian Senator Alexei Pushkov warned.
The U.S. and Russia accused each other of violating the 1987 Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces treaty—and John Bolton wanted out.
Culture Minister Vladimir Medinsky said rap may soon be recognized as a Russian form of art.
The Rising Sun flag is a reminder of the Japanese empire's sweeping colonization and occupation of territories across the Asia-Pacific to many of the region's inhabitants.
"I have not found any monstrous men in these islands, as many had thought."
Prior to this year, the heads of the two Koreas only met twice, the last time in 2007. What followed was a decade of spiraling tensions and even outbreaks of deadly violence.
In 1499, a merchant named William Weston headed the first English-led expedition to North America.
The 1955 friendship treaty was signed two years after the U.S. overthrew Iran's democratically elected Iranian prime minister and decades before the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
The largest beer festival in the world will kick off on Saturday, September 22.
"Our task was to simplify. We tried to make it as objective as possible."
Designed when Nazi Germany was about to invade Europe, the Beetle has survived many decades and reinventions.
Brazilian President Michel Temer called the loss of much the National Museum's 20 million items "a sad day for all Brazilians."
Now the holiday is better known as a day to relax, picnic and shop the sales.
The man behind early color photographs of Leo Tolstoy and pre-revolutionary Russia, Prokudin-Gorsky was born 155 years ago today.
While touring a medical factory, North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong Un "said he cannot but be very concerned about and disappointed by the bad situation."
The U.S. secretly backed both Iran and Iraq in their 1980s war. Their current alliance now spells trouble for American policy in the Middle East.
The 2018 midterm elections are already historic, but these candidates may be some of the "first" the country has ever seen.