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Demonstrations in Hong Kong have sprung up over recent electoral changes announced by the Chinese government. Trace explains what near- and long-term issues have motivated protesters to take to the streets.
The height of the sculptures and their pedestals make them an imposing presence at the tomb's entrance. Continue reading →
A woman's gold pendant and the thigh of a statue are among the items archaeologists recovered in the ancient city of Hippos.
Skeletons crushed under a collapsed roof reveal death and destruction caused by the earthquake that hit Israel and the region in 363 A.D. Continue reading →
Sophisticated oceangoing canoes and favorable winds may have helped early human settlers colonize New Zealand, a pair of new studies shows.
NFL football is a multi-billion-dollar business, and while most of those billions are indeed taxed to, and paid by, the individual teams, it might surprise some to know that the money going to the league office itself is not. How did that happen?
White House security tightens after a breach. Let's take a look at some notable security moments in the history of the president's home office.
The female statues guarding a tomb in Greece may suggest that Alexander the Great's mother lies there.
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