Articles about history and archeology
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Marking the breakout of peace after World War I, President Donald Trump on Sunday heard a dire warning from his host: the forces that led to the slaughter are resurgent.
Trump and dozens of his global counterparts gathered at the Arc de Triomphe in central Paris to mark 100 years since t...
It will be harder to fight than the last one, says Ryan Avent.
One day, the forces that turned the palest, thinnest of green shoots after the financial crisis into the second-longest American economic expansion on record will change direction, igniting a new recession—for which the wor...
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) on Monday publicly released results of a DNA test that a top researcher said “strongly support” the existence of a Native American ancestor.
Warren gave the results of the analysis, conducted by Stanford University professor and MacArthur genius Carlos B...
Some 2,600 official delegates crowded inside the convention hall in August 1968, as 100,000 protesters roamed, and then rioted, outside. At least 11,900 police officers, 7,500 Army troops airlifted from Fort Hood, and 5,500 National Guardsmen were mobilized to keep the peace, but compounded th...
Born 90,000 years ago, the child is the first direct evidence of interbreeding among Neanderthals and their cousins the Denisovans.
Nuclear war, the exchange of nuclear weapons between two or more states in open conflict. It’s unthinkable. It can’t happen. Right? Wrong.
An epic riddle. An eccentric storyteller. A missing person. When a man vanishes in the wilderness, his family takes to the internet to find him.
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