AUTHOR: Sarah Pruitt
Fast Facts on the “First 100 Days”
April 27, 2017

When it comes to the U.S. presidency, how did the first 100 days come to loom so large? Read More

Opening of Secret UN Archive Yields New Holocaust Revelations
April 18, 2017

A new book delves into the real story of how the Allies confronted the Holocaust. Read More

Montana Fossil Turns Out to Be New Kind of “Sea Dinosaur”
April 17, 2017

A Montana elk hunter’s fossil find has led scientists to a new species of elasmosaur, the long-necked prehistoric sea creatures who roamed the inland sea east of the Rockies 70 million years ago. Read More

Russia and U.S. Relations: Lessons of the “X Article”
April 17, 2017

With U.S.-Russia relations in the news, let's take a look back at George Kennan’s influential Cold War-era strategy, and how it might still be relevant today. Read More

What You Need to Know About North Korea & Its Nuclear Program
April 13, 2017

Get a primer on the enigmatic nation and why it's fueling international fears with its aggressive nuclear program. Read More

The Nazis Developed Sarin Gas During WWII, But Hitler Was Afraid to Use It
April 12, 2017

Even as his Nazi regime was exterminating millions in the gas chambers, Adolf Hitler resisted calls to use the deadly nerve agent against his military adversaries. Read More

Electric Innovations Drive Tesla to Top of U.S. Auto Industry
April 11, 2017

This week, luxury electric car maker Tesla surpassed GM as the most valuable automotive company in the country. Read More

Ancient Manure is Latest Clue in Biblical Mystery
April 10, 2017

The discovery of 3,000-year-old animal dung in Israel reignites a long-running debate over the Bible’s King Solomon and how he amassed his incredible wealth. Read More

Here Are 6 Things Albert Einstein Never Said
April 7, 2017

A new book investigates the truth behind famous quotations that have been wrongly attributed, misremembered, garbled in translation—or are flat-out fake. Read More

Ice-Age Village in Canada is One of Oldest North American Settlements
April 6, 2017

Archaeologists on British Columbia’s Triquet Island have excavated an ancient settlement dating back some 14,000 years, to the last ice age. Read More