Can Scientists Clone a Woolly Mammoth? Should They?
Scientists seeking to clone the long-extinct woolly mammoth may have found the best hope yet of achieving their controversial goal.
10 Things You May Not Know About Roman Gladiators — HISTORY...
Get the facts on the enigmatic men-at-arms behind Ancient Rome's most notorious form of entertainment.
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Thor Heyerdahl's Kon-Tiki Voyage
On the 100th anniversary of Thor Heyerdahl's birth, look back at his historic voyage across the Pacific on the primitive raft Kon-Tiki.
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Did Marco Polo Visit Alaska?
According to a new book, centuries-old maps may reveal that Marco Polo sailed to the New World 200 years before Christopher Columbus.
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British Files Reveal Secrets of WWII Spies, Traitors
Newly released WWII files confirm the existence of a legendary seductive spy and reveal more about one of Britain's most notorious traitors.
The Strange Case of Emperor Norton I of the United States...
On the 155th anniversary of Joshua Norton crowning himself "Emperor of the United States," learn more about the unusual life and "reign" of one of America's most famous eccentrics.
The History Behind the Scottish Independence Vote
On September 18, Scottish voters will go to the polls to decide the future of their country.
9 Things You May Not Know About "The Star-Spangled Banner"...
On the bicentennial of "The Star-Spangled Banner," learn surprising facts about the national anthem and the man who wrote its lyrics.
Ship From Doomed Arctic Expedition Found After 170 Years...
The recently discovered wreck of one of the ships from Sir John Franklin's lost 1845 mission to the Arctic may be the key to a centuries-old mystery.