The church is home to the remains of up to 4,000 people.
The henge likely dates from somewhere between 3,150 B.C. and 2,500 B.C.
Ötzi is the oldest naturally preserved ice mummy.
Takei said he has "no words" for federal government plans to establish an immigrant detainment center just miles from where he was imprisoned during World War II.
Never-before-seen pearls, diamonds, a pendant and earrings from the court of French King Louis XVI will go to the highest bidder.
At least 170 of the 4,500 manuscripts in Egypt's Sacred Monastery of the God-Trodden Mount Sinai have text invisible to the naked eye.
The so-called "Spanish flu" of 1918 is thought to have killed between 50 and 100 million people around the world.
He survived the first showers of ash and rock, but was toppled as he tried to flee the city.
President Donald Trump's White House has been hit with a series of ethics scandals.
Passengers on a Mother's Day Alaska Airlines flight ended up being part of its history.
The Nazca Lines are a series of giant ancient drawings etched into the sands of the Peruvian desert.
In a race against tunneling looters, archaeologists stumbled on an "extraordinary" discovery just outside where the lost city walls once stood.
Saqqara is a vast ancient burial ground that once served as the necropolis for the Ancient Egyptian capital of Memphis.
A common misconception among Americans is that Cinco de Mayo commemorates Mexico's independence.
Two more women have come forward with accusations of sexual abuse against the R&B singer.
The rapper tweeted, "Republicans were the ones [who] helped black people." It's a little more complicated than that.
Are Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un serious about denuclearization or will they play the same games as their predecessors?
Newsweek speaks to several leading Cold War historians about the current conflict between America and Russia.