A Greek archaeologist who excavated the birthplace of Aristotle in northern Greece in the 1990s says a destroyed structure he discovered may have been the tomb of the ancient philosopher and teacher of Alexander the Great.
A longtime State Department official said he assumed that then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was using her personal email to "stay in touch with family and friends", not conduct official business.
President Barack Obama became the first sitting U.S. President to visit Hiroshima, Japan Friday, where he was to deliver remarks focusing on world peace and nuclear disarmament in the place where the first of two atomic bomb blasts accelerated the end of World War II.
A newly released study hammered the Department of Veterans Affairs for spending a fraction of its budget on new doctors while devoting millions to lawyers and public affairs officials – as thousands of veterans were waiting for care.
A long-dreaded superbug detected in China, Canada and Europe has made its appearance in the United States, researchers at the U.S. Military HIV Research Program announced Thursday.
Workers raising a waterfront home in New Jersey made a nautical discovery: a 44-foot wooden boat from the 19th century.