A years-long hunt has ended in disappointment—and archaeologists still can’t find Nefertiti’s tomb.
These African-American heroes battled the Nazis but were still second class citizens in their home country. Their story will be told in the movie ‘The Liberators.’
Captain Lawrence E. Dickson could be the first missing Tuskegee pilot identified since the end of World War II.
From poisoned arrows to deadly gases, chemicals have been used as weapons of war since Roman times.
Chinese immigrants, escaped slaves, and Native Americans were all people U.S. forces tried to keep on one side or the other.
After air strikes and chemical attacks in Syria, this unarmed, neutral group of 3,000-plus civilians digs for survivors, evacuates the injured and buries the dead.
The newly found Nazca Lines are thousands of years old.
The fateful events at Chappaquiddick ended Mary Jo Kopechne’s life and derailed Ted Kennedy’s presidential ambitions for good.
War. Assassinations. Riots. Violent protest clashes. America was certainly no stranger to political violence, but 1968 appeared to bring the bloodletting to new heights.
How a secret team of British divers hunted codes from German shipwrecks.