From 1861 to 1865, these battles determined the fate of the United States.
One Austrian Jew saved untold planes and crew members with his survivorship bias theory.
These 10 facts illuminate the reasons behind our day off in September.
Alexander Selkirk was left ashore an uninhabited island by his captain.
In 1956, one man reminisced about his experience in the Ford's Theater at age five.
Bass Reeves was the first black deputy marshal west of the Mississippi–and one of the most beloved.
A more heroic swig of wine we've never encountered.
The car of the future was also the downfall of many a high-ranking Nazi.
Conspiracy plots, soldiers in disguise, and Broadway excursions filled the days of Revolutionary troops.
From the hilarious to heartfelt, take a look at eight quotes from the accomplished Marine.
The leader of the Mongol Empire caused great change across the world.
The USS Indianola was pressed into service before her completion, yet she managed to serve with honor–and be the subject of a thrilling rescue mission.
A misinformation campaign was vital to the Allied forces' efforts.
Westward expansion wasn't a simple matter of packing your bags and moving out.
Medieval battle was a bloody, vicious business. These battles changed the course of history.
The pressure was imminent. But the plans were hardly bulletproof.
Uncover iconic illustrations that helped fuel national opinion during World War II.
Any surprise it was under the beloved Rough Rider?
The much-maligned birds were some of the most important combatants in World War I and II.
That iconic, terrifying sound wasn't necessary to the functioning of an airplane.