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Jennifer Lawrence got married at a 19th-century mansion that was home to a horse-obsessed bachelor, a suffragette Vanderbilt, and, supposedly, ghosts.
An abandoned nuclear missile site is next to one of New York City’s most popular beaches, and this is what it’s like inside
Insider visited an abandoned Cold War era military base secluded by maritime forest in New York City.
An art historian looked at 40 ceilings around the world, and found that's what above us tells numerous stories.
NASA isn’t sure what happened to one of its last Apollo moon landers. The truth is probably depressing.
Grumman Aircraft designed and built lunar modules for NASA during the Apollo program. A handful never made it to space, though.
6 key moments in history that made Silicon Valley the tech capital of the world, according to a historian
A Silicon Valley historian explains how six key moments shaped the region, from Stanford's budget crisis to expanding the San Jose airport.
The US Navy has long been the most visible part of America's military might with visits to far flung ports and operations all over the world.
Inventions such as vacuum cleaners and washing machines looked very different when they first came out.
From Seabiscuit to Bambi, Bruce the shark to Kermit the frog, these are 20 of the most famous animals in history.
The most popular Halloween costumes over the past 150 years — and the fascinating history behind how costume trends have changed
Insider spoke with a Halloween expert who has written books about folklore and popular culture, and she explained Halloween costume trends over the years.
Inside the controversial 70-year journey to build Crazy Horse, the world’s largest monument that still isn’t finished
In 1948 work began on Crazy Horse, a Native American monument in South Dakota. It's still not finished 71 years on. Here's what's happened.