The culinary icon's concoction was deemed "60% effective in deterring shark bites"
From Blurring Imperfections to Falsifying Reality: How Stalin Made the Truth Disappear Through “Photoshop”
Was Stalin the forefather of photoshop?
The story of Soviet prisoners of war who fought hard for survival in the hope of one day returning home remains largely untold
"Only the white men who were wounded (hurt) got Purple Hearts," says Fletcher
What began as a local breakfast club in Pittsburgh now reaches thousands of veterans
At age 98, Ed Clarac suited up for his 34th mission — albeit this time over friendly skies
The location has been a highly classified mystery — until now
“It was horrifying," David Dushman recalled. "We threw all of our canned food at them and drove on quickly, to keep chasing the fascists"
The Coast Guard’s Only Medal of Honor Recipient Used a Higgins Boat to Shield Marines on Guadalcanal
When asked if he was able to go back and extract the overwhelmed Marines, the 22-year-old Munro reportedly gave a confident, “Hell, yeah!”
It took a sailor, a schoolboy and survivors more than half a century to disperse the cloud hanging over the sinking of the heavy cruiser
Four Benedict Arnolds (including Benedict Arnold) in American history
Jim Crossley highlights the Royal Navy career of Admiral Roger Keyes, who served Britain through both World Wars