What does history suggest about what's in store for women's rights?
Author predicts the US leader will last between 31 days and 199
Hard liquor has been made in the US for hundreds of years, but not without some hurdles along the way...
Virus invades nervous system and destroys nerve cells that control muscles, especially in legs
But the legacy of Scotland's national poet lives on
The ancient Kingdom of Rheged's location has been a mystery for centuries
Stunning find made by amateur metal detectors who searched same field for decades
Archaeologists and historians say government plans will 'endanger unique site'
Margaret Thatcher's clothing is set to go on permanenant display at the Victoria and Albert museum in London, at a time when female politicians are still being criticised for what they wear
Weekends without a fry-up are unimaginable for many of us - but the dish wasn't always the nation's go-to comfort food
The pictures challege the perception of a 'Golden Era' in British history
A scholar of American Indian studies shares the lesser-known, true story of two men who stood up and spoke out against the murder of American Indians, and how they are celebrated as heroes today
'We believe she survived heroically for a period of time, in terrible circumstances. History needs to tell her story right'
Archaeologists left surprised by unexpected results of radiocarbon dating anaylsis of remains
Activists in Barcelona also want holiday cancelled and statue of Christopher Columbus removed
We think of homesickness as a triviality, but doctors in the US Civil War, with mental healthcare in its infancy, found that young soldiers pined so much that the condition could even be fatal