Israel has announced the creation of seven new nature reserves in the West Bank: Ariel Cave, Wadi Og, Wadi Malha, the Southern Jordan River, Bitronot Creek, Nahal Tirza, and Rotem-Maskiot.
The Mausoleum of Augustus in Rome is set to reopen this spring after being closed for 80 years.
The Grand Egyptian Museum, set to partially open in the coming months, expects more than 5 million visitors annually.
Passages, a Christian version of Birthright Israel, is on track to bring 10,000 students to Israel by the end of this year.
Carl Rasmussen shares his experience in using Global Entry for international travel.
A DNA analysis of the York Gospels was done using DNA extracted by using erasers.
Emily Master of The Friends of Israel Antiquities Authority is the featured guest on The Book and the Spade.
King David is the subject of Bryan Windle’s latest archaeological biography.
Shmuel Browns shares his favorite photos of the year and gives his readers a chance to vote on their favorite.
HT: Agade, Joseph Lauer, Mark Hoffman, Explorator