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Hundreds of ancient artifacts have been damaged or destroyed during violence in the Middle East. Project Mosul uses the power of crowd-sourcing and 3D imaging to re-create the ancient artifacts.
Research finds that people respond to feelings of disgust by trying to protect themselves from it — and this can quickly translate into self-interested behavior and cheating.
China is flexing its muscles in the South China Sea. Defense Secretary Ash Carter told a group of diplomats in Singapore over the weekend that the U.S. was "deeply concerned" about China's activity.
Former concert pianist Harriette Thompson, 92, crossed the finish line in Sunday's Rock 'n' Roll Marathon in San Diego in 7hr 24min 36sec. She began running marathons in her 70s.
Jack Warner says America wants a World Cup so badly it created a criminal probe. His proof? A satirical article in The Onion. The headline: FIFA Frantically Announces 2015 Summer World Cup in the U.S.
The walls inside Dog Mountain's chapel are filled with thousands of notes, c...
In a small New England town, visitors come to a tiny white chapel dedicated to the souls of dogs. But how it came to be is its own complicated love story.