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The Unsinkable Henry Morgan isn't your typical documentary. Following the search for the eponymous Captain Morgan's lost flagship, The Satisfaction, the film reads more like an episode of MTV's Laguna Beach or The Hills than anythin ... More >>
Aged cheeses are delicious, although 7,500 years old might be a bit much. But that's how old the practice of cheese-making may be -- much older than previously thought -- according to an article in the journal Nature.
Scientists have reportedly discovered 7,500-year-old pottery fragments that have ... More >>
Did cavemen sit around the fire stuffing their hairy faces with popcorn? After analyzing recently unearthed ancient corncobs, researchers say people in what's now Peru were eating popcorn 2,000 years earlier than previously thought -- up to 6,700 years ago, National Geographic reports.
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It's been a while since we heard about a new fad diet, but now comes the Paleo diet, which teaches followers to channel their ancestors by eating mostly plants and meat. Dr. Loren Cordain, the "world's leading expert" on Paleolithic diets, headed the creation of the self-proclaimed "world's healthie ... More >>
This King Tut statue was smashed by lootersAt stake: Human rights. Freedom. Democracy. And a gilded wooden statue of King Tutankhamun.
UCLA Professor Willeke Wendrich just got back from an Egyptian archeological dig in December. She says she could detect a "longstanding unhappiness" in lower ... More >>
Jennifer JaimesCritics had a bone to pick with LA Plaza.The 2.22-acre "LA Plaza" downtown is supposed to be "the nation's premier center of Mexican American culture and arts" when it opens in spring. But right now it's the center of a controversy involving ... bones.
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Inyo County sheriff investigators officially called off the dig for human remains Wednesday at remote Barker Ranch, the last known hideout of Charles Manson and his followers.
Investigators reported that 20 law enforcement officials and scientists using portable ground penetrating radar, lasers an ... More >>
Is Isis, the ancient Egyptian mother-god, related in some mystical way with Quetzalcoatl, the feathered serpent of Mesoamerican mythology? That's the central theme behind a new temporary exhibit at Mexico's National Museum of Anthropology. It is one of those "mega-shows" that have been sorta tre ... More >>