The 16-minute, 33-second film is a comedy of errors that is both intentional and unintentional.
Will “the blond” go for gregarious Charlie or Gentlemanly Jack?
In his new book, “Never Panic Early” Fred Haise, known to the world for his role as the lunar module pilot in Apollo 13, writes about his career in aviation.
The acclaimed historian on why Putin may be leading his people toward another breakup of a Russian empire.
In 1298 England’s King Edward waged a ruthless and successful campaign against rebelling Scots—but it was ultimately all for naught.
The surprise box office hit about the Agojie has caused debate about how history is sacrificed for movie magic. But are people asking the right question?
Maximilian Lerner was one of the last living members of the elite interrogation group and was a member of the OSS.
Director Luke Holland, driven by his own family’s connection to the horrific period surrounding World War II, attempted to explore a seldom investigated narrative — that of the perpetrator
African American refugees sheltering at Harpers Ferry faced an uncertain future when the town fell to Stonewall’s Confederates in September 1862.
60th New York vets reunited on Culp’s Hill for a monument dedication.