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The life-size statue was likely buried along the Appian Way in the early 20th century
Pieces of shells in a Portuguese cave suggest the early humans cooked and ate crustaceans, according to a new study
Coveted spots in the middle of the theater will cost more than front-row seats
Now 30 years old, the Portuguese canine has broken two world records—though he nearly didn’t survive infancy
The remains belonged to a New York man who went missing during a hunting trip nearly 50 years ago
The 7.8-magnitude quake also harmed other historic structures throughout Turkey and Syria
After the discovery of 12 new moons, the gas giant now has 92 known natural satellites—and scientists expect to find more
Black smoke rose from the site as officials released and burned chemicals to avert a potentially deadly explosion
First lady Jill Biden presented the inaugural Best Song For Social Change award
Archaeologists think the artifact was used to protect against evil after death
A wildlife refuge took in the serval last month and is nursing it back to health
A rare “veto” from the EPA effectively halted the proposed Pebble Mine after two decades of disputes
With 32 wins, the superstar has surpassed the record held by conductor Georg Solti
After getting lost in transit, the capsule sat for days on the side of a road in the desert
The death toll has risen to at least 3,000 following one of the largest quakes recorded in the region
Patrick Schuermans discovered a fragment of a 1,600-year-old dodecahedron in Belgium
The 6,288-foot summit endured record-breaking conditions brought by an Arctic air mass
Colonial settlers seized the ten-foot-long wooden instrument in 1916
The Biden administration recommended a scaled-back proposal for drilling in Alaska, which may emit 280 million metric tons of carbon dioxide over 30 years
The sculpture, based on the famous Chicago landmark, had been under construction for years
It looks like a white powder and has nearly the same density as liquid water
In its heyday, the 20th Century Limited was advertised as “the most famous train in the world”
The renowned filmmaker had been arrested in July when authorities reactivated a 2010 sentence
In just a few weeks, the zoo has had enclosures tampered with, a clouded leopard escape, two stolen monkeys and a suspicious vulture death
Meat from the gigantic animals could have fed hundreds of hominids, according to a new analysis of bones found in central Germany
Cremated bone fragments suggest these animals were companions to the Vikings
A new exhibition features letters children sent to the superhero’s address in Queens, where a real-life Parker family lived for decades
Colossal Biosciences plans to de-extinct the dodo, but some scientists question whether it’s ethical—or even plausible
An analysis of 2,500-year-old embalming ingredients suggests some of them came from far-off places
The stones, known as intaglios, likely fell from the rings of wealthy bathers
A study finds male northern quolls forgo rest to travel up to 6.5 miles in one night in search of a mate—the equivalent of a human walking 25 miles
The year-long excavation has also revealed statues, tools, pottery and dozens of other artifacts
Archaeologists found benches, an oven and food remnants dating back to 2700 B.C.E.
The collection is a failsafe for the Mars Sample Return project, which aims to deliver Martian rocks to Earth
So far, David Romero has digitally reconstructed more than 20 of the famous architect’s unrealized projects
The partnership has endured for some 150 years, and it benefits both species, a new study finds
A new federal rule restricts road construction and logging in the country’s largest national forest
Travelers whose reservations were canceled during the pandemic are first in line
The heart-shaped accessory features the entwined initials of the Tudor king and Catherine of Aragon
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