In an ancient city of Philadelphia, there has been the discovery of the remains of a health center with a tools and a morgue.
Exclusive: US prosecutors have opened a criminal investigation of the National Geographic Society
Apatoraptor pennatus likely displayed its feathers to impress potential mates
Long-snouted crocodylians in South America, India evolved separately to adopt river-dwelling lifestyle, protruding eyes
The ancient crown dates back to the Copper Age between 4000–3500 BC, and is just one out of more than 400 artifacts that were recovered in a cave in the Judean Desert near the Dead Sea.
Was it an asteroid or something inside that wiped the dinosaur off the face of the earth?
Pottery shards unearthed at a seventh century, B.C. fort in the desert in Israel may reveal when parts of the Bible were written.
A prominent scholar and historian of Second Temple period Judaism revisits the tantalizing issues surrounding the almost forgotten “Abba Cave” tomb in Jerusalem.