A lot has changed in "The City that Never Sleeps" since the 1940s, but a lot has stayed the same.
With The World of Tomorrow as it's theme, the 1939 World's Fair opened in Queens, New York in April, and was visited by 40 million people before closing its doors in 1940.
Let’s revisit five of the most believable UFO sightings of the 21st century.
The Great Fire of 1835 destroyed nearly 700 buildings.
One immigrant group’s journey from outsiders to shaping 20th-century law enforcement.
A hospital and a church tell the stories of America.
It's a pithy term that sparked outrage among rich and poor New Yorkers during the 19th century.
Explore eight ways that the Erie Canal, which married the waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the Great Lakes, altered the course of American history.
On the anniversary of "Bugsy” Siegel’s birth, check out nine fascinating facts about one of American history’s most iconic gangsters.
Months before torching Washington, D.C., in the War of 1812, British forces burned Buffalo, New York, to the ground 200 years ago.