Few realize that the approval process for these outdoor signs varies widely by state and organization, enabling unsanctioned displays to slip through
Twelve years after the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, the move is a polarizing step toward decommissioning the defunct power plant
A new film explores how Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir navigated the 1973 Yom Kippur War
The section of rainforest is one of the most biodiverse areas in the world and home to several Indigenous communities
Huey P. Newton has been mythologized and maligned since his murder 34 years ago. His family and friends offer an intimate look inside his life and mind
Based on users' locations, the Banned Book Club provides e-book editions of titles banned in nearby libraries
After years of delays, New York City officially approved a statue commemorating the borough native and political trailblazer
The iconic doll traveled to space, flew with the Thunderbirds and joined the NBA, beating real-life women to an array of career milestones
Civil rights activists failed to expel an all-white, segregationist delegation. But their efforts foreshadowed later milestones in the fight for equality
The "father of the atomic bomb" has long been misunderstood. Will the new film finally get J. Robert Oppenheimer right?
Public outcry over whistleblower William Morgan's disappearance gave rise to the Anti-Masonic Party, which nominated a candidate for president in 1832
In 1910, a failed House bill sought to increase the availability of low-cost meat by importing hippopotamuses that would be killed to make "lake cow bacon"
In 1923, the collapse of the Weimar Republic's economy impoverished millions and gave Adolf Hitler his first chance at seizing power
As book censorship soared, titles with LGBTQ themes were the most targeted
Alexander Hamilton wrote that a commander in chief removed from office would be "liable to prosecution and punishment"
A new book offers the first full-length biography of newspaper editor, labor leader and minister Samuel Ringgold Ward
Police suspected the 19-year-old Spanish expatriate of harboring anarchist views
A new book about the first lady reveals how she and the ailing President Woodrow Wilson silenced their critics
Dwight D. Eisenhower and John F. Kennedy publicly apologized after restaurants refused to serve Black representatives of newly independent nations
The government hopes to boost tourism in the wake of the pandemic and civil unrest
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