“It was an odd time. I felt it was demeaning to do housework when I knew I was capable of something else…"
Before antibiotics, tuberculosis was a leading cause of death, a national fixation, and the scourge of artists
André flew combat medevac missions in northwest Vietnam, rescuing wounded soldiers, and even parachuted into the field to treat severe casualties
While Charlie Chaplin mocked suffragists, a Hollywood titan and a newspaper heiress put their weight behind a new medium and a message
Survivor of father's alcohol abuse commits his life to empowering women—and dumping demon rum
Russia’s largest military history museum launched an art exhibit to honor female fighters from World War II
Saint Barbara, beheaded by her own father, became the patron saint of artillery
'Special Agent' Anthony Comstock took reporters along when he raided purveyors of porn and prophylactics
In 1777, a high-born wife takes her youngsters to North America to find her husband, a German officer fighting under British command. What could go wrong?
Give credit for the national holiday to a woman who wouldn't give up