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As a fierce nor'easter bears down on the East Coast, look back at other big blizzards that crippled the nation's biggest city.
The numbers were painted on the arches of the Colosseum to guide visitors to their respective stands, according to their social class.
A coup this week in Yemen has left what many worry is a power vacuum in the region, in a country already beset with violent groups vying for control. Amy examines the current facts on the ground in the Middle East's poorest country.
After being broken off during cleaning, inappropriate epoxy glue is now holding together the long, narrow beard on the famous mask of King Tut.
Using a powerful X-ray procedure, Italian researchers have been able to read scrolls buried by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 A.D.
A new tech that takes advantage of subtle differences in the way X-rays pass through different substances helps researchers discern writing within an ancient scroll.
A text that may be the oldest copy of a gospel known to exist is set to be published.
Terrorist watch lists in the United States and elsewhere continue to grow, as the times become increasingly violent. How many people are on such lists, and is surveillance against them working as it should? Julian Huguet explains.
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