Susan Tate Ankeny is the author of nonfiction World War II history books, including American Flygirl and The Girl and the ...
A second-generation immigrant, Hazel Ying Lee was the first Chinese American woman to receive her pilot's license ...
“Hello,” a voice on the line greets. “Thank you for calling Oregon’s telephone poetry hotline, where throughout April, ...
This Earth Day, learn about early-career researchers who are tackling issues from green technology to lichen biodiversity and ...
Using surgically implanted electrodes and modeling, researchers brought to life the vocal muscle activity of sleeping great ...
This summer, 32 athletes will compete in what's commonly known as breakdancing, a dance sport that combines athleticism and ...
The 27 vertebrae discovered in India suggest the enormous creature, dubbed Vasuki indicus, was between 36 and 50 feet long ...
Now, 84 years later, the bunkers beneath Villa Torlonia, Mussolini’s home in Rome, have reopened to the public. Visitors can ...
Formed after volcanic activity, the underground caves periodically hosted early humans and their livestock in Saudi Arabia, ...
Long confined to regions with volcanic activity, the method of harnessing energy from the Earth promises to become much more ...
Researchers have cloned two black-footed ferrets from preserved tissue samples in an effort to conserve the creatures, the ...
In April 1862, approximately a year into the Civil War, Union soldiers with the 23rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment camped ...