Why the Philosophers Libertarians Love Always Come Out Worse for Wear
In the Middle Ages, Botched Executions Were a Sign
My Great-Uncle’s World War II Story Isn’t Something My Jewish Family Likes to Discuss
Guess Which Brand Popularized Pecan Pie
The Failed Plot to Kill 6 Million Germans in the Wake of WWII
He Wasn’t Like the Other New England “Witches.” His Story Explains a Lot.
All the Times People Have Shot, Puked Upon, and Meat-Cleavered Famous Paintings to Make a Point
Why the Founding Generation Fell So Hard for the Illuminati Story
What Being Unpopular Does to a First-Term President
The Tragic Case of Poisoning That Finally Got Us Safe Drugs
Once Upon a Time, “Waitress” Was a Union Job. Could History Repeat Itself?
Here We Go Again With This “300” Crap
“Shrinkflation” Is As Old As the Hills
In 1986, Detroit Was the “Murder Capital” of the U.S. An NBA Star Had an Audacious Plan to Change That.
How Jewish Doctors Secretly Documented Starvation in the Warsaw Ghetto
He Was an All-Time Genius at Finding Tyrannosaurus Rexes. His Story Will Break Your Heart.
Are You an “Uncle Sam” or a “Lady Liberty”?
How Exactly Does the Secret Service Feel About the Jan. 6 Bombshells? It Ain’t Good.
How Anti-Abortion Politics Swallowed Up the GOP
People Helping Women Get Abortions Pre-Roe Were Heroes. It Wasn’t Enough.