Two revolvers that once belonged to Union Army General Ulysses S. Grant, the 18th president of the U.S., have been sold for a sum of $5.17 million.
The United States Mint said Monday it has begun shipping quarters featuring the image of poet Maya Angelou, the first coins in its American Women Quarters Program.
A South African Cabinet minister on Friday urged the cancellation of an upcoming U.S. auction of a key to the Robben Island prison cell where Nelson Mandela, the country's first Black president, was long jailed for his opposition to apartheid.
A Mount Vernon estate is setting the record for the most expensive property in the DMV area, according to Chesapeake Bay Magazine.
Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., explained his hesitance to vote for more spending in President Biden's Build Back Better plan by noting that the United States has already spent more money amid the COVID-19 pandemic than it did in fighting World War II, in today's dollars.
A collection of historic weapons that reportedly once belonged to Napoléon Bonaparte will be put up for auction.
Hobby Lobby purchased the 3,500-year-old clay tablet to be displayed at the Washington, D.C.-based Museum of the Bible.
1,200-year-old gold coins discovered in Israel
French Impressionist Claude Monet's masterpieces are no strangers to record-breaking bids when they go up for auction.
Archaeologists using laser scans have revealed new details of the building venerated as the site of Jesus’ Last Supper.”