Excavation of a 200-year-old shipwreck confirms Lord Elgin was taking antiquities, as well as sculptures during his voyage from the Acropolis to London.
The ancient skeletons will eventually be re-buried at a cemetery near London.
Saharan dust energizes the Amazon, dozens of new sinkholes are found in Siberia, and an ancient tree frames a Hobbit-like building.
In a yearly tradition, the residents of the London zoo have their height and weight measured -- all 19,000 of them.
A trove of skulls and other body parts unearthed in the heart of London may have once belonged to Roman gladiators.
The gory remains may have belonged to defeated gladiators or victims of Roman headhunting. Continue reading →
The plan calls for more than 136 miles of elevated lanes that would follow suburban railway lines. Continue reading →
It took three days to snap the images and three months for a computer program to stitch together all 48,640 individual shots. ->
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