A new adaptation offers a fresh take on James Clavell's 1975 novel, which fictionalizes the stories of English sailor William Adams, shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu and Japanese noblewoman Hosokawa Gracia
Ryan Murphy's new mini-series dramatizes the "In Cold Blood" author's betrayal of an insular group of Manhattan socialites
The long-awaited follow-up to "Band of Brothers" and "The Pacific" centers on an American aerial group nicknamed the "Bloody Hundredth"
Jonathan Glazer's new film uses the Auschwitz commandant and his family as a vehicle for examining humans' capacity for evil
From the world's oldest dog to the real history behind "Oppenheimer," these were the magazine's most-read articles of the year
The year's most exciting discoveries included a stolen Vincent van Gogh painting, a hidden medieval crypt and a gold-covered mummy
Contrary to popular belief, the 1773 protest opposed a tax break, not a tax hike. And it didn't immediately unify the colonies against the British
A new Shawn Michael Warren portrait of the legendary talk show host is now on view at the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery
Our favorite titles of the year resurrect forgotten histories and illuminate how the United States ended up where it is today
From the Governor's Mansion to the White House and Beyond, Rosalynn Carter Was a Tireless Advocate for the Vulnerable
Smithsonian experts reflect on the life and legacy of the former first lady, who died Sunday at age 96
The last season of "The Crown" will examine the aftermath of the beloved royal's death in a car accident in 1997
One of the rare 24-cent misprints sold at auction this week for a record-breaking $2 million
Watch the Trailer for 'Masters of the Air,' Steven Spielberg's Long-Awaited Follow-Up to 'Band of Brothers'
The upcoming miniseries follows the 100th Bombardment Group, an Air Force unit nicknamed the "Bloody Hundredth"
The three beloved bears will depart for China later today, traveling in style on a FedEx cargo plane
An exhibition in Cleveland showcases millennia-old designs and the more modern creations they inspired
Martin Scorsese's new film revisits the murders of wealthy Osages in Oklahoma in the 1920s
Paul Landis' new book refutes the idea that a single bullet injured both the president and Texas Governor John B. Connally Jr.
The Panda House's eight occupants have played a key role in conservation efforts over the decades
Staff remain hopeful that members of the threatened species will be back in Washington in the near future
Stanley Tretick documented the demonstration in 1963, but his snapshots were hidden in a trunk, unseen by the public for decades
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