During the Gilded Age, marrying British aristocrats was seen as a way for American heiresses to raise their social status.
The Tenure of Office Act was designed to rein in Andrew Johnson—but it sparked a years-long debate on executive power.
Victoria's meddling in the love lives of her grandchildren helped create—and destroy—modern Europe.
The new material reveals a different side of the murdered teenage author.
The FBI documented Old Blue Eyes’ every move for 40 years.
She spent nearly half the Revolutionary War at her husband’s side.
Eugenics and unethical clinical trials are part of the pill’s legacy.
How sanctions went from punishment to status quo in America's shadow war against Iran.