Masamune, The 13th-Century Japanese Swordsmith Who Was The Stuff Of Legends
Rumored Female Pope Denied By Catholic Church For Centuries May Have Existed, New Evidence Shows
Martha Mitchell: The Woman Nobody Believed About Watergate
Freddie Oversteegen, The Dutch Resistance Fighter Who Seduced And Killed Nazis As A Teen, Dies at 92
Mummified Ice Age Wolf Pup And Caribou With Skin And Fur Intact Discovered In Canadian Permafrost
How Meyer Lansky, The “Mob’s Accountant”, Modernized Organized Crime
8 Devastating Riots In New York That Shook The City To Its Core
From the Civil War Draft Riots of 1863 to the Crown Heights Riots of 1991, these riots in New York left indelible marks on the city's history.
How ‘Operation Finale’ Finally Brought Nazi Fugitive Adolf Eichmann To Justice
Adolf Eichmann evaded capture and trial for nearly 15 years before Israeli Agents were tipped off by a young Jewish woman.
This Week In History News, Sept. 9 – 15
Ancient elk skull uncovered, Greek tomb dug up, haul of Roman coins found.
Man Shooting At Imaginary Clowns Sentenced To Up To 5 Years In Prison
Nathan Matthias, 35, said he saw "two small clows" running around in his home and shot at them out of fear. Police said no clowns were present.
Will North Carolina’s Hog Waste Lagoons Overflow During Hurricane Florence?
As Hurricane Florence dumps dozens of inches of rain onto North Carolina, many are wondering if the state's pig manure lagoons will be able to withstand the downpours — without contaminating their drinking water.