Al Capone was widely believed to have ordered the hit.
Meet Izzy and Moe, the Prohibition era’s canniest crimebusters.
Nearly 500 patrons perished in the 1942 inferno at Boston’s Cocoanut Grove.
It wasn’t gasoline—but moonshine—that fueled the growth of stock car racing in Appalachia and led to the rise of NASCAR.
Learn about one of America’s most notorious gangsters, from the crime he did time for at Alcatraz to his feelings about the nickname Scarface.
Ninety-five years after its inception, learn 10 fascinating facts about America’s nearly 14-year “noble experiment” in alcohol prohibition.
Look back at America’s surprising reaction to the end of Prohibition.
What do you get when you send Americans underground to consume alcohol? Finger foods.
During Prohibition, which took effect 93 years ago this week, many doctors boosted their practices by doling out medicinal alcohol.