Hundreds of people, including several university scientists, witnessed the flying blue-green lights in August 1951. One person even took photos.
Women around the world have fought against oppressive regimes, either with the pen, the podium or their very own fists.
These striking images changed how rulers were seen—and not always for the better.
European royals did not trust the portraits sent to them by other courts, so they commissioned their own.
Though their stories are sometimes overlooked, these women were instrumental in the fight for equal rights for African-Americans.
Inside the unhappy reign of Sisi, Empress of Austria and Queen of Hungary.
For centuries, people have had unusual fixations with new materials.
Marriage to a royal consort has not always been the fairytale we believe it to be.