How The Nuremberg Trials Attempted To Punish The Most Powerful Surviving Nazis For The Holocaust
Starting in November 1945, Allied forces presided over the Nuremberg trials in hopes of bringing high-ranking Nazis to justice — but millions of perpetrators evaded their grasp.
11 Of The Fiercest And Bravest Women Warriors And Female Fighters Throughout History
Discover the most courageous women warriors and queens throughout history, whether it's Cleopatra, Lozen, or Tomoe Gozen.
The Unbelievable Crimes Of America’s 11 Most Infamous Serial Killers
These killers are either dead, incarcerated, or disappeared — though it won't really matter. You'll still want to lock your doors after reading this.
Megalodon: The Prehistoric Shark 10 Times The Size Of T-Rex
Megalodon's name literally means 'big tooth' and with good reason — its jaws were strong enough to crush a car.
The True Story Of Christopher Duntsch, The Killer Surgeon Known As ‘Dr. Death’
Over the course of just two years, Christopher Duntsch — known as Dr. Death — operated on 38 patients in the Dallas area, leaving 31 paralyzed or seriously injured and two of them dead.
Inside The Brutal 1955 Murder Of 14-Year-Old Emmett Till That Galvanized The Civil Rights Movement
Emmett Till was just 14 years old when he was kidnapped, beaten beyond recognition, shot, and thrown into a Mississippi river. But his brutal death was not in vain.
27 Haunting Photos That Reveal What Happened During Kristallnacht, The ‘Night Of Broken Glass’
The anti-Jewish pogrom of November 1938 known as the "Night of Broken Glass" foreshadowed the Holocaust and the deaths of some 6 million European Jews.
The Story Of Nathuram Godse, The Man Who Killed Gandhi
Hindu extremist Nathuram Godse, the man who killed Gandhi, remains a controversial figure in India to this day — here's why.
33 Funny Animal Pictures That Prove Mother Nature Has A Great Sense Of Humor
The internet is crawling with funny animal photos, but these finalists in the 2018 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards are some of Mother Nature's best.
‘It Was War’: 33 Photos Of The Pearl Harbor Attack That Changed History Forever
See why the Pearl Harbor attack carried out by the Japanese against the U.S. in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941 was a "date which will live in infamy."
11 Famous Murders That Remain Bone-Chilling To This Day, From The Black Dahlia To JonBenét
From the Black Dahlia to Lizzie Borden to the Manson Family, the stories behind these famous murders remain haunting to this day.