Yeshua: The Name Jesus’ Friends And Family Would Have Called Him While He Was Alive
Jesus' real name, Yeshua, evolved over millennia in a case of transliteration.
The Tragic Full Story Behind The Death Of Marilyn Monroe
The police initially called it an accident, the coroner said it was a suicide, and conspiracy theorists say it was murder. But what is the real truth about the death of Marilyn Monroe?
How Did Elvis Die? The True Story Of Presley’s Death
From the official cause to the underlying factors to the doctor who may have been responsible, learn the full answer behind the question of how did Elvis die.
He Was Hollywood’s Favorite Native American, But Iron Eyes Cody Wasn’t Native At All
Iron Eyes Cody quickly became Hollywood's go-to actor for Native American roles, but America's noble "Indian" was of Sicilian descent.
The West Africa Squadron: The British Royal Navy’s Deadly Battle To End The Slave Trade
The West Africa Squadron faced the seemingly insurmountable task of trying to eliminate the slave trade for good.
Operation Greif: When German Commandos Were Trained To Act American And Wreak Total Havoc Behind Enemy Lines
Hitler had German commandos trained to infiltrate allied territory in a Trojan Horse mission that caused confusion and chaos among real American soldiers.
The Short Life Of Tatiana Romanov, Daughter Of Russia’s Last Tsar
Beautiful, elegant, and kind, Grand Duchess Tatiana Romanov was born in one of the world's most exquisite palaces and met her bloody end in the basement of a desolate house in Siberia.
How Gaëtan Dugas Erroneously Became “AIDS Patient Zero”
The real Gaëtan Dugas was not the monstrous "AIDS Patient Zero" the media portrayed him to be — and even helped the CDC fight the disease.
The Tragic Story Of Maria Romanov, The Beautiful Daughter Of Russia’s Last Tsar
Though Anastasia is more widely remembered, here's why Maria Romanov remains the most captivating daughter of Tsar Nicholas II.
Agnès Sorel: History’s First Official Royal Mistress And The Most Powerful Woman In The French Court
Agnès Sorel rose to unprecedented heights of power for a woman in medieval France, yet her opponents succeeded in leaving her remembered as a power-hungry harlot.
Fragging: When Soldiers In Vietnam Revolted Against Their Officers By Murdering Them With Grenades
In the jungles of Vietnam where order and discipline hung by a thread, some officers faced a danger greater than the Viet Cong: their own men.