Putin welcomed the audience to the 15th annual jazz festival in Crimea—an event that his annexation drove out of the region.
Although foreign to us moderns, the cinaedus was a familiar figure to ancient Greeks and Romans, whose identity raised concerns about gender.
Before the state of Washington existed, the governor of the territory granted himself a pardon to avoid punishment for contempt of court.
The thousands of languages spoken around the world are unevenly spread—researchers have a theory about why far more are spoken in tropical regions of the world.
Martin calls a French fantasy series "the original game of thrones."
The woman thought to be Earhart isn't facing the camera, but her characteristics match up.
Soviet victory did not require help from Allies, the majority of Russians believe.
Temperatures in the Golden State could reach as high as 122 degrees.
Using new imaging techniques, scientists find "invisible" message on back of a pottery shard.
"From your native country one cannot expect—in the foreseeable time—a more reasonable political attitude," he wrote of the U.S.
Cats that were set to be sold to restaurants in China were found crammed in cages.
Moscow police arrested hundreds, including protest leader Alexei Navalny, who called for an anti-corruption march in the Russian capital.
The Tunisian underdog beat world No.6 Dominika Cibulkova in Roland Garros on Thursday.
A number of historic "cures" fell out of favor because they were more akin to a method of torture.
Ukraine's general prosecutor said it will charge Stalin and Lavrenti Beria over 70-year-old crimes, and is still investigating the mass starvation of 1932-33.
The special counsel was known at the FBI for being strong-willed, with a very different leadership style to James Comey, sources tell Newsweek.