Bill in Congress Proposes Return to Gold Standard
H.R. 5404, a bill sponsored by Rep. Alex Mooney (R-WV), seeks to bring back the gold standard in the United States for the first time in almost 50 years.
More States Are Exempting Sales Tax on Precious Metals, Coins
Many U.S. states have changed their laws or amended state constitutions to eliminate sales tax on gold and silver bullion coins since the financial crisis.
How Much Gold Is In a Super Bowl Ring?
Before you watch Super Bowl LII between the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots, find out how much gold makes it into the typical Super Bowl ring.
Fenn Treasure Hunt In Jeopardy
After the second death of a person searching for the Forrest Fenn Treasure, New Mexico state police are calling for an end to the seven-year hunt.
Controversial New Civil Asset Forfeiture Bill
New legislation proposed in the Senate bolsters asset forfeiture laws by extending their scope to include a much wider range of assets and circumstances.
NFC Tags Used to Track Gold and Silver?
Collectors are concerned that bullion with NFC tags could generate reports about the sale that include location data and the quantity of metals purchased.
U.S. Mint Releases Fort Knox Audit
Gold insider Koos Jansen used FOIA requests to investigate how the U.S. Mint audits the gold held at Fort Knox. His findings paint a troubling picture.
120 Years Ago: The Klondike Gold Rush
Today marks the 120th anniversary of the first gold discovery that ignited the famous Klondike Gold Rush in Canada's Yukon Territory.
Ancient Roman Gold and Silver "Curse" Tablets Found in Serbia
Curse tablets were wide spread in the ancient world, but for the first time archeologists have discovered curse tablets made of gold and silver.