From Cleopatra to Hillary Clinton, a look at women throughout history by All That’s Interesting
Princess Margaret: England’s Royal Wild Child Who Modernized The Monarchy
Princess Margaret's unruly behavior paved the way for the royals of today to live more freely.
The Night Witches: The All-Female World War II Squadron That Terrified The Nazis
The Night Witches decorated their planes with flowers and painted their lips with navigational pencils — then struck fear into the hearts of the Nazis.
Female Danish Student, Joanna Palani, Fought ISIS And Was Sentenced To Jail Upon Returning To Denmark
Joanna Palani has since penned a memoir detailing her time in Syria, Kurdistan, and Iraq where she was a trained sniper. Her return to Denmark, she said, was harder than war.
Theresa Kachindamoto Terminated 850 Child Marriages During Her Time As Senior Chief In Malawi
Since Theresa Kachindamoto's time as senior chief in the Dedza district of Malawi, the country has increased the legal age of marriage consent from 15 to 18.
Vanished From The Vatican: The Disturbing Story Of 15-Year-Old Emanuela Orlandi
Whether it was the Mafia or a Vatican pedophile ring, the suspected culprits behind the Emanuela Orlandi disappearance make for a truly chilling tale.
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.
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.
Scientists Assert Decorated Viking Warrior Skeleton Long-Thought To Be Male Actually Female
The skeleton was initially found in the mid-19th century and was posited to be female two years ago. After much debate and criticism, the research team confidently asserts that the high-ranking warrior skeleton is indeed "unassailably female."
Shamima Begum Joined ISIS At 15 — Now She’s 19, Pregnant, And Wants To Return Home
Though Shamima Begum described life as an ISIS member as "normal," she also said it was exactly like what the propaganda videos depicted — and that decapitations didn't bother her.
Medieval Nun Faked Her Own Death To Escape Convent And ‘Pursue Carnal Lust’
Joan of Leeds created a makeshift dummy to throw Archbishop Melton off track. She then fled to a town 30 miles away and was never seen again.