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Marvin Gaye to debut on US postal stamps

Legendary singer Marvin Gaye, dubbed the "Prince of Soul" is getting a commemorative stamp from the US Postal Service, which will debut on what would've been his 80th birthday.

Lost Caravaggio painting found in attic could fetch $171M

In 2014, French auctioneer Marc Labarbe received a phone call from a friend. The attic of their Toulouse home had yielded a surprising discovery: a painting, coated in dust and stained by a water leak, that looked all the same to be something of value. Labarbe approached gingerly, cleaning one of the painted faces with cotton wool and water. He sent a photo to the art appraiser Eric Turquin, based in Paris, and then he waited.

Pakistan airspace closed for second day

Pakistan airspace remained closed Thursday morning local time as the country's increasingly fraught tensions with India disrupted thousands of flights worldwide for the second straight day.

9 tourist attractions that are crumbling down

Some of the world's most beautiful historical and natural sites are on the brink of collapse. Here are nine, collected by CNN, that are endangered simply because they attract so many visitors.

27,000-year-old giant ground sloth tooth found

Fossil discoveries are exciting on their own, but sometimes, they carry even more information about the past. Newly uncovered fossils from an extinct giant ground sloth that lived in Belize 27,000 years ago provide a portrait of what the climate was like for the last year that the sloth was alive, according to a new study.

Explicit Roman graffiti to be captured for posterity

While repairing Hadrian's Wall in the third century, some Roman soldiers amused themselves with a secondary activity: carving explicit graffiti. Now, archaeologists are creating a 3D record of the ancient markings, before they're lost to erosion.

How to visit the Korean Demilitarized Zone

With North Korean leader Kim Jong Un meeting with US President Donald Trump in Hanoi this week for a second summit, hopes for peace on the Korean Peninsula have once again been raised.