Muckrakers' gritty reporting exposed the excesses of the rich and sparked social reforms that helped end the Gilded Age.
Life in the early 1600s at Jamestown consisted mainly of danger, hardship, disease and death.
Bonnie and Clyde's "death car" drove them to the end of their crime spree and became as notorious as the outlaws themselves.
The Battle of Kursk was Hitler’s last stand against the Red Army, but the tank battle didn’t go as planned.
How did women's service during World War II inspire their fight for social change and equality?
On a cold night in Boston in 1770, angry colonists pelted a lone British sentry with snowballs. The rest is history.
Journalist Ida Tarbell and her articles in McClure's Magazine nearly destroyed John D. Rockefeller’s Standard Oil Co.
Centuries of prejudice and discrimination against blacks fueled the civil rights crusade, but World War II and its aftermath were arguably the main catalysts.