In 1983, two men stabbed and dragged a black man to death for dating a white woman. One of the murderers has finally been convicted.
One company wanted to hawk tourist rides in it—along the infamous 405 freeway chase route.
When the battered wife snapped and took a blade to her husband's nether parts, some called her an avenging angel; others, a violent psychopath.
Payne, deciding she was ‘never going to be under the thumb of a man,’ took to a life of crime, traveled the world and mastered the jewel heist.
The victim was one of Lincoln's former law clerks. The accused, who Lincoln defended, was the son of one of his prominent political supporters. It was complicated.
The Great Depression, the worst economic downturn in modern history, profoundly affected the daily life of American families in ways large and small.
Peru's mysterious Nazca Lines are the world’s best-known example of geoglyphs.
Long before MS-13, Bobby Kennedy battled J. Edgar Hoover to take on the Mafia.
How the death of a domestic worker’s baby became a symbol in the fight for equal rights for women.
Why has history left out this piece of Rosa Parks' story?