The speedboat sports a presidential seal and boasts three engines with a combined 900 horsepower.
Is it time to stop changing our clocks twice a year? Here's a state-by-state look at efforts to make daylight saving time permanent.
The church's archives hold 53 miles of shelving, housing everything from documents about Galileo to papers from various Vatican embassies around the world.
They were known as the Monuments Men, but they also included women. In recent years, the female members have been coming into the spotlight.
Archivists are hopeful that Romeo’s Deep Sea Vision is close to solving the puzzle — if for no other reason than to return attention...
The legendary daredevil succeeded in his jump across the Green Valley Race Track before his infamous attempt across Snake River Canyon
Col. Jesse Driskill put his life savings into building Austin’s most majestic hotel that bore his name, only to lose it all because of...
The statue, unveiled in 1914, features a bronze woman, crowned with olive leaves, standing on a 32-foot pedestal, and was designed to represent the...
Woman in custody for attempted arson after allegedly trying to set MLK Jr.’s Auburn Avenue birth home on fire, APD says
"Quick action saved the jewel of our city, something very important to Atlanta," Atlanta Police Chief Darin Schierbaum said.
An agency spokesperson claimed that the move had nothing to do with politics. Internal emails show otherwise.
Bidders spent more than $2.6 million on more than 160 items from Ted Lusher's collection.
The highest-selling bid item was a pair of leather swatches from the limousine President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in, which sold for $46,865.
"'Get over here!' he recalled President LBJ saying. "That was it, and I went."
The 35th president was one of Arizona's most famous, and simultaneously most unknown, health seekers of the 1930s.
"To see your favorite tree laying on the ground, I'm kind of in mourning, you know. I don't know how to describe it," said...
The Lost Cemetery of Infants was a place of hope for many women and children in the early the 20th century.
There’s only been one unsolved plane hijacking in history, and this sleuth thinks he can crack the case
An amateur investigator is suing the FBI to gain access to one of the only pieces of evidence in the 1971 D.B. Cooper skyjacking.
In these days of bumper-to-bumper traffic, it may be hard to imagine a time when streetcar tracks crisscrossed the city. For more than 50...
The annual Texas Prison Rodeos ran for 55 years as prisoners got a taste of freedom, at least for a few hours.
It might be hard to believe today, but around 100 years ago, many Americans got their entertainment from watching two steam engines crash into...