Animal welfare groups are working to reduce horrific treatment of galgos, an ancient Spanish breed.
Sharbat Gula—the woman behind one of the world's most iconic photographs—could be sentenced to several years in prison.
Restorers working in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Israel uncover stone slab venerated as the resting place of Jesus Christ.
The unique conditions of the sea’s depths have made it possible to discern chisel marks on some of the vessels.
A powerful radio telescope captures an image of our amazing technicolor universe.
Vampires are fodder for books, movies, and Halloween costumes. But for hundreds of years, they were scapegoats for disease.
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