James M. Cain's fledging career as a journalist was interrupted when the United States entered World War I
Born Straddling Lines of Gender and Color, Pauli Murray Stitched Together a Life of Extraordinary Accomplishment
Murray became a key mid-20th century American figure who linked the legal equity crusades of the civil rights and feminist movements
Now in its third season, PBS’s “Poetry in America,” centers on one iconic American poem each episode
War is a racket, they say. Then by extension, what about capitalism?
Scholars examine the evolution of counterinsurgency doctrine and practice over the last two centuries, including in Vietnam
From bomber general and self-professed war criminal to head of Strategic Air Command, Curtis LeMay divided America but always kept it safe.
Many photographers working around Buffalo that awful Friday thought they had made the last image of William McKinley alive and well
A young Union lieutenant and his fellow Ohioans learn the horrors of war on Shiloh’s opening day
After Appomattox, General Robert E. Lee's troops began their journeys home
Thanks to a tenacious fight put up by the untrained Americans, Montfaucon did fall on the 27th, albeit at a terrible cost.