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Cracking open a bag of a classic Hawaii snack

Preserved fruits known as crack seed have become a favorite snack of Hawaii locals, revealing a history of immigration and cultural exchange unique to the islands.

What’s so funny about Pismo Beach?

For Hollywood writers, the small California beach town has long been a punchline.

Oldest prehistoric wooden structure discovered in Zambia

The wooden pieces predate even the human species and indicate that people were settling and building for hundreds of thousands of years earlier than believed.

Network of ancient American Indian earthworks in Ohio named as UNESCO World Heritage sites

Interior Secretary Deb Haaland said the designation is a “tremendous” recognition of America's Indigenous people.

Palace of Versailles celebrates its 400th anniversary and hosts King Charles III for state dinner

Charles' visit will make one more date in the Palace's long history starting from King Louis XIII, to the French revolution and all the way to modern times.

The US marks 22 years since 9/11 with tributes and tears, from ground zero to Alaska

“Though we never met, I am honored to carry your name and legacy with me,” said Manuel João DaMota Jr., who was born after his father and namesake died.