How Televangelist Benny Hinn Makes Millions By ‘Curing’ People Through Faith Healing
The ministries of televangelist Benny Hinn rake in some $100 million a year. Hinn claims all that money goes into his healing services, but he does own a private jet.
How The Eastern Front Decided World War II
The Nazis suffered 80 percent of their casualties on World War II's Eastern Front, the deadliest theater in the history of war.
Inside The Pacific Theater: The World War II Horror Show History Wants To Forget
While the Nazi war machine ravaged Europe, the war in the Pacific brutalized the soldiers and civilians in World War II's often overlooked theater.
NASA Was Warned The Space Shuttle Challenger Could Explode, But They Launched It Anyway
How lies and gross negligence contributed to the Challenger disaster, one of the worst disasters in NASA's history.
Japan Said Its Kamikaze Pilots Volunteered To Kill Themselves For Their Country. Their Diaries Tell A Different Story.
Thousands of poorly trained kamikaze pilots were asked to sacrifice their lives for Japan's collapsing war effort, but the letters they left behind reveal they weren't all eager volunteers.
The Real Story Of The Cuban Missile Crisis, When The World Was On The Brink Of Nuclear Annihilation
The Cuban Missile Crisis has been called the crowning victory of John F. Kennedy's presidency, but less favorable parts of the story have been kept under wraps for decades.
Who Was Che Guevara? The Story Of The Argentinian Revolutionary Who Became A Global Icon
Today, Ernesto "Che" Guevara is an undying symbol of revolution. But was he a hero or a monster?
‘The World Would Not Be The Same’: The Inside Story Of How The Manhattan Project Developed The A-Bomb
From 1939 to 1945, the scientists behind the Manhattan Project raced to develop the first nuclear weapon. The results would change history.
Inside The Top-Secret World Of Oak Ridge, The Small Town That Helped Make The Atom Bomb
Not even the workers in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, had a clue as to what they were doing — which turned out to be refining the uranium for the atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Juneteenth: The Celebration Of African-American Emancipation From Slavery
On June 19, 1865, slavery officially ended in Texas. Now, we commemorate every "Juneteenth" with celebrations of freedom.
‘You Don’t Treat Dogs That Way’: The Horrifying Story Of The Tuskegee Experiment
For 40 years, the U.S. government doctors behind the Tuskegee experiment tricked African-American men with syphilis into thinking they were getting free treatment — but gave them no treatment at all.