Military history

FBI agents were looking for an extremely valuable cache of fabled Civil War-era gold — possibly tons of it — when they excavated a remote woodland site in Pennsylvania three years ago this month, according to government emails and other recently released documents in the case.

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Monument to US-Japan friendship to be unveiled on disaster-hit Oshima Island

On March 27, 2011, 16 days after the Great East Japan Earthquake, the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit and others transported supplies by sea, and on April 1, they landed on the island, where they spent about a week setting up showers and removing debris with heavy machinery.

'It was our spot': Popular Fort Campbell area pub ravaged by fire

Soldiers are mourning the closure of a popular veteran-owned pub near an Army base in Tennessee, after fire ravaged much of the building.


A timeline of disaster and displacement for Iraqi Christians

In Iraq, two decades of back-to-back conflicts have left ancient Christian communities that were once a vibrant and integral part of the landscape scattered and in ruins.

Ali, Frazier and the Fight of the Century 50 years later

Their first fight at Madison Square Garden was so epic it was billed as the Fight of the Century, and 50 years later it reigns undefeated.

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