In time for Halloween, here's a collection of Tripadvisor reviews left by people who didn't get much sleep.
The history of the Tom Collins doesn't include a lawsuit, but it does include a (pretty funny) 19th-century practical joke.
Historians and activists say the plan to rename a Mughal museum is in sync with the idea of a Hindu nation.
What is New Delhi today was a floating landmass south of the equator when the first dinosaurs lived on the planet.
"But what about the railways?" just doesn't cut it as an excuse anymore.
Two Israeli teens recently happened to unearth a 1,100-year-old buried pot with hundreds of gold coins. What happens next in such situations?
A recently-published book outlining 11 years of research by multiple teams aims to put weight behind a leading theory for the colony of Roanoke's supposed disappearance, putting to bed centuries of wild speculation.
Thailand's Purported Hannibal Lecter to Receive Proper Burial After 60-Plus Years in a Glass Display Case
The university that displayed his body to the public for decades made the announcement amid a wave of skepticism as to the guilt of Si Quey Sae-Ung, a bogeyman to generations of Thai kids.
I asked Mark May if he'll use his trademark to sue kids.
Where to begin with this truly wild nugget of re-written history from 'Telegraph' columnist Norman Tebbit.
Action needs to be followed by action to keep the movement going.