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At least a million Syrian refugees are now in Lebanon. The influx is straining the balance in the fragile country of only four million people.
John Taylor, the curator at the British Museum, discusses how CT scans and imaging are used to discover information about mummies.
Miners pack up and leave after a long days work at the Skochinski coal mine ...
The eastern Ukrainian city is caught in a tug-of-war between Kiev and Moscow. A tongue-in-cheek campaign is presenting a third option: annexation by Britain. After all, a Welshman founded it in 1884
Sculptor Richard Weaver created this life-sized sculpture of federal judge J...
In a landmark case in 1951, J. Waties Waring denounced segregation as an "evil that must be eradicated." A life-sized statue of Waring will be dedicated Friday in Charleston, S.C.
Even one fluffy forkful of souffle is a worthy reward for making the effort....
The souffle has inspired fear in the hearts of American cooks for decades. But the fluffy French dish is the victim of a bad rap, says baker Greg Patent — and he has a recipe to remedy it.
The Albuquerque Police Department has engaged in excessive force and unreasonable deadly force, according to a civil rights investigation by the Department of Justice.