The Black Sailor Whose Heroic Actions During a Shipwreck Made Him an Instant Celebrity of the Roaring Twenties
Lionel Licorish earned accolades for rescuing as many as 20 passengers from the wreckage of the S.S. "Vestris"
Researchers have used skeletal remains to compile information about the lives of ordinary residents of the city
At his peak, the television icon, who died at 101, reached more than 120 million Americans with shows like "All in the Family"
The first woman justice to serve on the nation's highest court died on Friday at age 93
The Nazis and Soviets sought to erase the mass killing of 33,000 Jews at Babyn Yar, but a new effort seeks to remember the dead even as Russia attacks
Diana wore the garment for a portrait that officially announced her engagement in 1981
The newly discovered stela depicts a figure with a headdress, a necklace, swords and male genitalia
With around 58,000 human deaths from snakebites each year in the country, a lot more must be done to save lives
Experts are now analyzing the specimen, which could belong to a Native American woman
A Danish graphic designer has pieced together historic photos and maps to create an interactive digital diorama of the fateful moments
How November 22, 1963, changed Dallas' Dealey Plaza forever
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
Although serpents were a symbol of protection for the Egyptians, the discovery suggests some were wary of getting venomous bites after death
The thick haze lowers visibility to less than ten feet and forms when smoke from smoldering leaves, brush or trees mixes with moisture in cool air
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 American Cancer Society released new guidance on who should get yearly scans for lung cancer, the leading cause of cancer death around the world
The 1830 account details an eerie encounter with a stranger who predicted the death of the writer's father
The 40-year-old woman inside the tomb was buried with a ring, a comb and other items
The storm rapidly intensified in just 24 hours before it hit Acapulco as a category 5, killing at least 27 people and destroying infrastructure
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