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The mounds and plazas of this pre-Columbian settlement in Illinois were once teeming with as many as 20,000 people.
Put your money and your tweets to good use this Dec. 2 by supporting a campaign to protect land around the world.
Keep warm on cold days and arrive with your hairstyle intact by following these simple rules.
With the help of voice commands from 4 guides, Dan Berlin successfully runs the intense Grand Canyon Double Traverse in 28 hours.
Actor's new play 'The River' joins other Broadway productions in raising money for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids.
The text has recipes for love spells, healing spells and spells for casting out evil spirits.
After months of training, the award-winning actor says he's ready to take on an opponent more than half his age.
Welcome back to the park.
Despite a shift to attract a younger demographic, the beermaker insists its iconic horses will continue to play a role in the brand's ads.
Fact flirts with fiction in the retelling of one of the unsung heroes of World War II.
The book contains a number of references to Jesus and another figure from Christianity, suggesting it was a transitional document for religions in the region.
Nothing can guarantee you'll get a great deal every time, but here's how you can land lower prices more often.
We show thankfulness at the Thanksgiving table, but here's how to express it in other areas of your life.
Ruby Holt's reaction upon reaching the Gulf of Mexico after a lifetime spent in Tennessee is priceless.
Whether you take a guided boat tour or a daring spelunking mission, this is one subterranean adventure you don't want to miss!
Created by artist and engineer Jonty Hurwitz, these tiny sculptures are small enough to be placed on the head of an ant.
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