The experiment of a 'continuous week' was shift work, on a colossal scale. And it failed.
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.
Dwight Eisenhower and Billy Graham shaped a half-century of religion in America.
Until 1996, pregnant or promiscuous women could be incarcerated for life in Magdalene Laundries.
Before it was a Disney movie, many thought the book was heretical.
In recent years, the papal apology has shifted its focus from historical wrongs to current events.
The Catholic and Protestant churches promoted themselves by persecuting witches, economists argue.
Here are the 15 most intriguing finds of the year.
The U.S. will recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital—despite a dueling claim from Palestine.
The archives’ treasures are the stuff of legend—but their existence is absolutely real.