From American history and culture to the United States’ vast natural beauty, enjoy All That Is Interesting’s collection of articles and photographs about the United States!
Holocaust-Denying Congressional Candidate Goes On Insane Tirade [VIDEO]
An admitted Holocaust denier is the presumptive nominee for an Illinois congressional seat.
Valerie Solanas — The Radical Feminist Who Shot Andy Warhol
Shortly after publishing her manifesto, titled "Society for Cutting Up Men," Valerie Solanas' feminism spiraled out of control, and she attempted to assassinate famed artist Andy Warhol.
The Cold-Blooded Revenge Of Buford Pusser
When his wife was killed, Buford Pusser went from a cop hell-bent on fighting crime to a man hell-bent on avenging his wife's death.
The “Orphan Train” That Brought Kids Around The Country For No-Background-Check Adoptions
Before there was modern-day adoption and a fully-vetted foster care system, there was the Orphan Train, which transported kids around the country and into the arms of families more often looking for laborers than children.
This Man Attempted The World’s First Motorcycle Parachute Jump And It Didn’t Go Well [VIDEO]
He revved up to about 60 miles per hour and tried to deploy the chute once he passed over the ramp.
24 Of The Biggest Badasses In Modern History
Whether it's war heroes, adventurers, or stories of survival in extreme conditions, these stories are about the triumph of the human spirit.
Brenda Ann Spencer Shot Up A School. Her Reason? “I Don’t Like Mondays”
When asked by a reporter why she fired 30 rounds into a schoolyard, Brenda Ann Spencer's answer was simple: "I don't like Mondays."
Chris McCandless Went Into The Wild In 1992 And Never Came Out
Chris McCandless was an ambitious young man who insisted on trekking into the wilds of Alaska on his own. But 132 days later, he was found dead, under still-mysterious circumstances.
The Dead Rabbits, The Bowery Boys, And The Great July 4th Riot
The Dead Rabbits feuded with the Bowery Boys for decades, ultimately coming to blows in one of New York City's worst riots.
After Winning $559 Million, Lottery Winner Refuses To Claim Prize
Due to state laws, the winner must disclose their identity. However, the most recent winner is holding off on claiming her half a billion dollar prize as she fights for anonymity.
That Time The U.S. And Britain Went To War Over A Pig
Along the Rockies and the Pacific coastline, on a small shared island, the United Kingdom and United States turned a small land dispute into a heated, full-fledged confrontation.