Robert Harris, the author of 'The Ghost,' discusses his new financial page-turner "The Fear Index" and his predilection for writing about ancient Rome.
Ancient history competes with Broadway glamor in New York's Times Square.
Pompeii collapse: Officials sought to play down the latest collapses, saying they only concerned the upper parts of two walls that had no artistic value.
Italy's garbage woes are resurfacing as one town near historic Pompeii protests a new trash dump and rubbish piles return to Naples.
Tourists to the ancient Roman city Pompeii complain that the city is neglected by the government and many worry that it could be ruined by the lack of funding and attention.
Ex-McDonald's executive aims to bring corporate savvy to Italy's financially troubled museums and monuments.
Margaret MacMillan warns of what can happen when history is misappropriated.
It’s not yet a gold rush to the ocean floor, but seabed prospecting is raising concerns.
For them, 'volcano monitoring' is no punch line; it's an important part of keeping Alaska safe.