History Stories
AUTHOR: Barbara Maranzani
Map: Top Templar Sites in Western Europe
November 27, 2017

These were special spots for the Brotherhood. Read More

Knights Templar Hot Spots in the Holy Land
November 22, 2017

Where they built, fought and prayed. Read More

Why Friday the 13th Spelled Doom for the Knights Templar
October 13, 2017

The much-feared day was the beginning of the end for the powerful warriors. Read More

Why Are Archaeologists So Excited About This Toilet Linked to Paul Revere?
September 29, 2017

The 18th-century outhouse may yield colonial clues. Read More

The ‘Silent’ Protest That Kick-Started the Civil Rights Movement
July 28, 2017

Nearly 50 years before the March on Washington, African Americans took to the streets of New York protest racial inequality. Read More

30 Seconds May Have Made All the Difference for Dinosaurs
May 16, 2017

Scientists may have solved the 66-million-year-old mystery of what doomed the dinosaurs. Read More

Rare Titanic Photo Depicts Final Days
April 11, 2017

A rare photo of the doomed ocean liner, likely taken the day before it set sail on its maiden voyage, is going on the auction block. Read More

The Last Time a Supreme Court Nominee Was Filibustered (Yes, It’s Happened Before)
April 5, 2017

As the debate over Neil Gorsuch’s nominated to the Supreme Court continues, explore the 1968 nominee who failed his Congressional test. Read More

Dwight Eisenhower’s Shocking—and Prescient—Military Warning
March 22, 2017

What would one of America's war hero presidents have to say about the newly proposed Pentagon budget? Read More

America’s Richest (and Poorest) Presidents
March 21, 2017

Donald Trump's net worth may have dipped, but he's still, by far, the richest president in American history. Who else makes the list? Read More