The nonprofit group Heritage for Peace's preliminary findings show 104 historic religious buildings, museums and archaeological sites have been destroyed or damaged.
Colorado's booming urban population flipped the state from red to blue, allowing a referendum on reintroducing wolves to pass. But that growing population now may be too big for them to thrive.
Sandra Day O'Connor was called "the most powerful woman in America" during her quarter of a century as a Supreme Court justice.
In her book, Prequel, Maddow describes ultra-right plots to overthrow the government in the days leading up to WWII — a subject she covered in her podcast Ultra. Originally broadcast Dec. 15, 2022.
A February hearing has been set for a lawsuit about the rezoning of Hogg Hummock.
The so-called Philly 15 were exonerated recently. They were a group of African-American soldiers protesting racist treatment during World War II. At the time, the Philly 15 were discharged as unfit.
Florencia gives star Ailyn Pérez a rare chance to sing in Spanish. As the bilingual daughter of Mexican immigrants, she learned early on that language had the power to shape her experience and voice.
Journalist Lewis M. Simons, who won a Pulitzer Prize for investigating the hidden wealth of Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos, shares his thoughts after a sold-out Broadway matinee of Here Lies Love.
Concorde crossed the Atlantic at twice the speed of sound, cutting travel time in half compared to a conventional passenger plane. The groundbreaking jet made its final flight on Nov. 26, 2003.
One image, taken seconds after President Kennedy was shot, captured the attention of news outlets all over the country. The agent in the center of the image is still coming to terms with that moment.
The 1984 gas leak in Bhopal, India, killed thousands. New research finds babies born to mothers who were pregnant at the time have suffered long-term impacts worse than those directly exposed.
LaMont Dottin was a freshman at Queens College when he vanished in 1995. his mother flew to New York to report him missing. Because LaMont was over 18, the NYPD initially refused to take her report.
It seems hard to fathom today, but 25 years ago, a relatively calm Gaza appeared to be progressing toward a Palestinian state — and President Bill Clinton inaugurated the Gaza International Airport.
On the Monday, Nov. 20 edition of Georgia Today: We remember the life and legacy of former first lady Rosalynn Carter; authorities capture the last of the four men who escaped from Macon-Bibb county jail last month; and a new film looks at the Warren Commission's investigation into the Kennedy assassination.
In the past, tours of the ancient burial site were generally only granted to approved academics, students and other specialists.