An act meant to protect women wound up being a cudgel against common adulterers and men on the FBI's blacklist
Dwight Hal Johnson’s decision to risk his life for his friends in Vietnam earned him the Medal of Honor and left him struggling with PTSD.
Separated from Southern-sympathizing Manhattan, Brooklyn had one of the largest and most politically aware Black communities in the U.S.
The effects of imprisonment on the senses scarred prisoners for the rest of their lives
On the surface, 1941 Oklahoma case was a painful shellacking, but it shocked the country and jumpstarted the civil rights movement
With war in the wings, the United States began calling men into service in 1940
Ayers argues that America should acknowledge the importance of emancipation with a national holiday.