These novels remind us that people have made horrible mistakes since the beginning of time. (They also contain love, joy and triumph!)
Two decades after Haiti won its independence from France, a squadron of warships returned with an ultimatum from King Charles X.
Historians had hoped to find a rare, century-old photo of Abraham Lincoln in a box discovered beneath a pedestal of a statue of Robert E. Lee. It was not to be.
Dane Best, 9, a student at Range View Elementary school in Severance, Colo., threw a snowball in the Town Hall parking lot on Monday.
Dorothy Bolden circa the 1970s, when she led the National Domestic Workers Union of America. “When she saw something that wasn’t fair, or just, or right, she would say something,” Representative John Lewis of Georgia said.
This diorama at the American Museum of Natural History was amended in a way that allows museumgoers to see the historical inaccuracies it perpetuates.
SAN FRANCISCO — Three blocks from Mark Zuckerberg’s $10 million Tudor home in San Francisco, Jake Orta lives in a small, single-window studio apartment filled with trash.
It’s been 150 years since two railroads were joined together to form the first Transcontinental Railroad. At a ceremony in Utah, Chinese railroad workers were recognized for the pivotal role they played in its construction.
Few have visited Cambodia during the pandemic, making it possible to imagine that you alone have rediscovered the glorious temple complex.