A new analysis of Adolf Hitler's teeth and bones puts to rest questions of how he died.
During the Gilded Age, marrying British aristocrats was seen as a way for American heiresses to raise their social status.
After 10 days of bruising battle, U.S. forces took the hill, only to abandon it days later. Sniper fire was so intense, one soldier called it 'a human meat grinder.'
How does one share this painful chapter of America's past? An historian, and mother, describes the indelible impact of her family's visit to the National Memorial for Peace and Justice.
A tremendous amount of effort goes into planning a royal wedding.
Meghan Markle joins a long line of incoming royal spouses who have faced bruising quests for acceptance—with little to guide them and no guarantee of success.
Aides reportedly counseled the GOP candidate against appearing on the goofy, left-leaning comedy show. But Nixon went ahead with his "sock it to me" moment.
The Tenure of Office Act was designed to rein in Andrew Johnson—but it sparked a years-long debate on executive power.
The Branch Davidians fell from public view after the disastrous raid of their compound, but they still have a presence in Waco, Texas—and around the world.
Victoria's meddling in the love lives of her grandchildren helped create—and destroy—modern Europe.