Talk about striking gold!
In the closing days of World War II, reports surfaced of the existence of a so-called Nazi "gold train."
A family of treasure hunters struck gold off the coast of Florida.
Earlier this week, we told you about an armored truck that was robbed of nearly $5 million worth of gold bars on a North Carolina highway. Many commenters on social media immediately posited that the heist was an inside job, and now police reportedly suspect the same.
An armored truck was robbed of nearly $5 million in gold while it was stranded on a highway in North Carolina.
Were coins from California gold discovery stolen from San Francisco Mint?
A northern California couple stumbled onto what experts believe is the largest discovery of gold in the United States. The middle-aged couple, identified only as John and Mary, made the shocking find last year while out walking their dog on a piece of their property in an area known as California Gold Country.
On Fox and Friends this morning, we heard the incredible story of the Schmitt family, who struck it rich off the Florida coast. The family, which runs an underwater salvage business, found a trove of gold worth $300,000.
New information suggests that gold is created when rare neutron-star collisions occur.
A Seattle-area company, Planetary Resources, is looking to explore asteroids to see if gold, water and other resources can be mined.