The culinary icon's concoction was deemed "60% effective in deterring shark bites"
America's largest immigrant population introduced Teutonic traditions that seem homegrown to us now
From Blurring Imperfections to Falsifying Reality: How Stalin Made the Truth Disappear Through ‘Photoshop’
Was Stalin the forefather of photoshop?
A South Vietnamese soldier recounts his experiences facing his enemies during peace negotiations
Elizabeth Atwood profiles the Baltimore socialite who brought connections, language skills and subterfuge to bear as America's first female spy
Oft-called the 'the Graveyard of Empires,' the wild region now known as Afghanistan has foiled would-be conquerors for millennia
The origins of the oft-used phrase have stumped internet sleuths and etymologists alike for decades
Captured by photographer Herman Schnipper, the USS Astoria endured the three-hour frenzy during the bloody fight for Okinawa
When the United States entered World War I in 1917, Ernest Peixotto was eager to lend his hand to the effort
Two Italian doctors invent an imaginary disease that helped save thousands of Jews in occupied Nazi territory
Communist fighters in Vietnam relied on a complex network of agents behind the scenes to carry out their plans
The Eagles took it too easy, Debbie lit up our lives and Bruce (the shark) scared us to death
Lincoln Bundy was assumed to have died shortly after D-Day. Fifty years would pass before his family learned otherwise