Brigadier General Wilma L. Vaught has continued her work long after her retirement.
History has proven the power of unchecked disease many times before.
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Thanks to the advances of modern medicine, coronavirus shouldn't join their ranks.
These bad boys of history give Rome a bad name.
Greyhound, written by and starring Tom Hanks, is coming this June.
These hired fighters didn't just disappear—but what happened to them may surprise you.
A treasonous radio personality despised by US forces.
Vlad III Dracula's reign looks monstrously cruel to today's eyes, but he was revered by his people.
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These hardworking generals outperformed the showboats at every turn.
Individual collectives were able to organize themselves into a serious threat against the Vichy government and German forces.
Henry Flipper, born a slave, beat astonishing odds and overcame classmates' racism to become the first black graduate in 1877.
The specter of cannibalism overshadows many other fascinating facts about the emigrants.
The legendary performer carved a path of politics and persistence.
Squirrel Week resulted in some 100,000 rodent casualties.
Although outnumbered five-to-one, this battalion held their ground and killed more than 4,000 opposing German soldiers.
The woman who helped hundreds of enslaved people find freedom.
An intercepted telegram provided a reason for President Wilson to join the effort.